We’re expecting a foot of snow tonight and some pretty cold temperatures for the next five or six days, so we’re hunkered down inside. It’s winter in Rhode Island after all, and it looks like it’s going to be a long, cold one according to the local weathermen.
My mother is here with us, snug in the basement “apartment”. She had a bad fall last week and needs some time to recover.
I had a lovely overnight “writers gathering” Saturday in Massachusetts, where three of us solved each other’s writing issues and creative blocks. Oh, we ate brownies, spinach pie and cranberry coffee cake, too. And we made fun of Banjo Man’s latest obsession with turmeric.
My ears are still plugged up, but maybe that’s not such a bad thing when playing the violin.
I hope to get the binding on a very, very large quilt before the electricity goes out tomorrow. But that will take energy, which seems to be missing since the Christmas sinus infection/flu bug.
I really, really, really want some energy.
But it looks like I’m going to get snow instead.