It’s a cloudy morning here, waking up. We didn’t have any snow overnight to speak of, but by what some are saying, we could see a lot of it throughout the day and into tomorrow. Some are calling it the storm of the century. Ha ha. We won’t really know till it is over, but at the moment it is pretty quiet outside. Living where we do, though, if anyone is going to get snow, Port Loring will. Highway 522 is partially covered this morning, and the way things are looking, I would think it would be a good day to stay home, at least until we see what the weather has in store. Other than that, things are rolling along. I haven’t been feeling all that good for the past couple weeks, so I haven’t been doing much. Today I will be taking it easy once again. Getting old is challenging.
On another note, it is getting close to Christmas. This year, both our boys will be staying home, and my wife and I will be on our own for Christmas. Which is fine with us. We all chat online, or on the phone, almost every day. As much as kids want to talk to their parents these days. Ha ha. It seems today the young ones have a full plate, like paying bills and things. Not to forget the taxes that the Powers That Be are taking off their pay checks each week, and then to add insult to injury, they go and tax us more on gas, fuel, oil, food, carbon tax, what a bunch of craaa, that is, and tons of other things. And then I suspect there is tax on things I don’t even know about. The working man here in Canada is taxed to death almost. Kind of makes you wonder, doesn’t it. I think some day there is going to be an uprising. But then again, a lot here in Canada seem to just sit back and smile. It’s amazing how a lot of us have changed over the years.
Anyway, enough of that. I get carried away occasionally.
ON another note, my lovely wife packed up a large box with food and things for our food bank here in town yesterday and dropped it off at the Credit Union. That is the place to take it if you have anything you can spare. You never know who might be hurting and a bit hungry these days. We don’t have much to spare, but we do what we can, as we always have.
With that, you all take care, and stay safe if out and about. Don’t want anyone getting hurt or sick.
In Closing, I Would Like To Wish You Well. GW