|Shep waiting patiently for me.|
Saturday morning Steve went out cross country skiing for a while and then we both had a session with Harry getting myofacial release work done. This was my second time and Steve’s first. He loved it. It was like all his stress was gone when he was done. We made an appointment for next weekend, too.
After Harry left, Steve went to our neighbors and helped stack some firewood while I went to visit Eli & Lizzie. They just got back from Indiana for a wedding and were pretty tired. They met some pretty interesting people on the bus. Not ones they cared to meet either. A few drunks, a few that had pot. I really think that they feel that most of the "English" are a bit crazy. :-)
At sunset, I went out snowshoeing. It was so beautiful. And the temps were very mild. Shep met me on the hill of the driveway after I got the mail. I can’t wait until he is ours. The first thing I will do is take him to the holistic vet in town. I would like to know his age and if there is anything we can do without surgery to help the cataracts. I have heard of drops that might work to dissolve them, so that might be an option.
Some good news about his Utah ski trip. He was able to reschedule for the first week in March. He is thrilled and so am I. I’ll be heading back to see my daughter’s family again. Let’s hope the weather cooperates this time. No more blizzards, please.
We did get something done as far as work goes this weekend. Steve put up two ceiling lights and I went through all the potatoes we have stored and made hash browns out of some of them and then froze them. The rest (two burlap bags full) look great. We should have potatoes to eat until the new potatoes are ready this spring.We did have to compost several winter squash that were stored in the basement. Temps went down to -15 last week & it must have gotten below freezing down there. The stored onions look fine though. We also went over the kitchen plans and re-measured for the counter top. Things are coming together, falling into place. I am so looking forward to unpacking the kitchen stuff that is in the attic and putting it away. It'll be like Christmas, seeing all of it again. :-)
|I never get tired of the view.|
I think I'm wound down enough to fall asleep now. It always takes a while after our drive home. Good night & have a great week!