The sun reflecting off the blanket of snow covering the Cornfield this first Monday in February provides a bright sight when looking out the door of Mark’s Den. It view belies the frigid air that awaits anyone stepping outside into the 5-degree air. Snow began Sunday off and on, then came down more so overnight.
Thought I often note that this winter weather is not a friend of people, who have respiratory concerns, I woke this morning to better breathing, less pain and more ease than I have experienced in a couple of weeks.
I even managed to sleep in to the late hour of 7 a.m. today!
I have done my daily Messages and Texts as well as my tweets. I easily, for me, retrieved my morning coffee. I easily, for me, let Chooey out for his constitutional. I have completed my early morning reads and getting caught up on the news of the day.
Difficult to wrap my head around the fact that my oldest granddaughter, Dylan, will be 11 tomorrow! Seems like only a few days ago, Dylan was born.
Where has the last decade gone?
Nurse Tabitha and Aide Bambi should be around today. The maintenance man for Stonebrook of Hymera has already been out and salting the walks.
Do not forget, I am still need your response to:
Please, don’t let me down!
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From my own perspective as I and my parents now transverse this difficult time.
That’s the way it is as the first week of the second month of 2018 begins.
And how is your February kicking off?