I’ve determined what I’m going to have for breakfast.
Port Loring toast with a drizzle of maple syrup.
Prepared with my lovely wife’s baked bread from yesterday.
It looks good, and it is, or was, delicious.
Starting things off, it is a cool morning here waking up. The temperature getting out of bed was sitting at -18.1 C | -0.58 F. However, it will warm up as the day moves forward, which is fine with me. Truth be told, I am ready for spring. And it isn’t that far off, as we only have one more day, before we head on off, into March. If I was back on our farm in the Niagara Region, it wouldn’t be long before I would be working in the fields. I sure miss them days, not that it isn’t nice here where we live now. I guess, as the old saying goes, once you have dirt in your shoes, it stays there. At least till you dump it out. And for me, well … I kind of like it being there. Ha ha.
On another note, Highway 522 is pretty well clear this morning, which will make travelling pretty good for those wanting to head on off to the big cities to do some shopping or???
We didn’t receive any additional snow overnight. But I believe we will get another six inches or so starting later today and continuing into tomorrow.
At least, that’s what my body is currently saying to me.
Maybe it’s not completely my body; it almost seems to be a passing thought.
Strange in some aspects, but whatever it is, it has certainly been helpful for the most of my life.
I suppose that sometimes it’s best to just accept things and keep an open mind as to what is going on around you.
Moving on, I spent the most of yesterday working on the new novel I’m currently writing.
I must say, I’m having fun with it.
And now that I know what has to be written, I’ll even appreciate it more.
Came to me in the dead of night.
The only drawback is that I now need to revise a lot of what I previously wrote.
But, it is what it is.
With that, I am off for a bite to eat, maybe some pancakes or Port Loring Toast. I will see what my lovely wife has to say about that. Stay safe, still a lot of sickness out there these days. GW