It’s COLD. Practically everywhere.
And while cold — and the misery it imparts — is relative, you know it’s cold when the weather folks start talking about a Polar Vortex and advising viewers to protect pets, pipes, and tender vegetation.
Walking the Sheltie on a frigid night is difficult enough, without his spooking over the sight of “vegetation” wrapped in sheets and tied with string!
Last night, it dropped to 19 degrees and today, our high is not supposed to be as “warm” as the normal low of 42 degrees.
I know some of you are struggling with below zero temps, blowing and drifting snow, and school closures.
We’ve got our own brand of craziness — Black Ice — caused, in part, when neighbors forget to turn off their sprinkler systems and freeze the sidewalks and lawns.
Yes, the sun is shining. No, I’m NOT shoveling. For that, I’m grateful. And there’s a promise that things will warm up a lot by the weekend.
So I’m hoping I’ll get to see more things like this:
Stay warm out there, my friends!