Loved the Star Wars movie for Christmas Eve, washed Mishka because she smelled so bad–whiskers smelled sour, so here she was wrapped in a towel and a blanket on my lap to get warm. Made a snow angel in the snow. We tried to make a snowman but the snow was too dry and wouldn’t pack into a snowball. And while the kids played computer games, or my son worked on his practice computer programs–he’s doing one a day before his last graduate class starts–I wrote 5,000 words for Claiming the White Bear.
I write before they get up in the morning too. It’s perfect here for it. It’s supposed to be 2 degrees tomorrow morning, high of 12. And one day is -5 and high of 8. Man, is that cold. Even the theater was freezing. I swore they had the AC on.
We had to make a stop afterward for butter at the grocery store. We had 5 minutes, which we did in two. We rushed to get it done before closing, while others were shopping like no one had mentioned it was time to close. I felt sorry for the clerks. I know what it is like to be working, calling out that the library was closing, and people ignoring us. They have the mentality that once they’re in the building, they don’t have to leave until they’re ready to leave.
I tried to upload the snow angel picture, but I’m having trouble with WordPress this morning. Woke it up too early, I think! I’ll show it tomorrow. Okay, had to sign back in so we’re good to go. 🙂 Next to the snow angel are deer prints.
Before everyone wakes, I’m off to write a little more! Tomorrow, we’re going to see the wolves. But will they be out in the bitter cold? Or smarter than us and huddled away together in their den?
Have a lovely day!!
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