What’s Happening, Age-Old Wisdom in Every Word on January 15/2024

“Mornin’, Folks! We woke up to a snow quilt covering the fields here in Cottage Country. Time to shake off the flakes and step into a fresh day!”

Starting things off, we are having some more snow this morning. It started around 3:00 AM, and it’s still snowing. However, this time the snow is light and fluffy, which will make cleaning things up a lot easier. Now the day before yesterday was another story, as it was wet and major heavy, which took my lovely wife and I most of the day to clean up. I have to tell you, we both slept good that night after that workout.

But even with the snow, yesterday I did manage to do some more work here at my computer, and I did accomplish a lot, or I thought I accomplished a lot, but found out something messed up with my editing program. I thought I put in a lot of work for nothing. So when my son Karl got home I asked him what he thought was wrong, and after a bit of troubleshooting he fixed it for me, and I was able to download all the work I had done. That made me happy, let me tell ya. While I had him on the phone, I asked him if he could fix a few other issues that were taking place, and he once again fixed them too. He also set my computer up with another version of Linux which is more stable, so we will see how that works out. It sure is nice having a technologist in the family. Not much he doesn’t know when it comes to fixing things in this high-tech world we live in today

Highway 522 is mostly snow covered this morning with some icy sections throughout, so care should be taken if out and about. But you all knew that anyway, right? And there isn’t much traffic/people moving around these days other than gossip of course, which is normal for our small town. The town’s gossip grapevine is as tangled and twisted as a back road on the outskirts. You’ll hear about Mrs …. new chicken coop before she even finishes building it. Ha ha.

On another note, the temperature this morning isn’t all that bad with it sitting at -7.1 C | 19.22 F. We also could see another 4–6 inches of snow throughout the day, but as I always say it is what it is, as Mother Nature has her own way of doing things and there is nothing that us humans can do about it. Which is the way it should be. We humans mess enough up.

With that, I am off for a bowl of cereal this morning that my lovely wife is preparing for me, and perhaps half an English muffin, topped with some homemade peach jam for a tasty treat. We’re truly enjoying the fruits of our labour from last fall. It’s a joy to enjoy the results of our efforts.

Have a great day! GW

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