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|Good morning. It's calm (for now), starry, 34 degrees. More and more bare land is showing all the time with the slow meltdown and no new snow for about the past 10 days. If this keeps on, the county road will be dusty in just a couple more days! It's amazing how quickly it can go from mud to dust. We must have had a sliver of moon when I got up about an hour ago because I could see the eastern horizon. Now it appears that the clock is turning backward, or maybe it's the world that is turning backward? Lights are visible in the valley, so I am guessing there isn't any fog. I might be able to tell if I were to go out in my robe and slippers.
Sharon, thanks for the new thread with the bright Cardinal to greet us. I wish we had Cardinals here. I hope that Arctic blast doesn't get as cold or for as long as the weather forecasters think it will. They usually overstate everything and then we can be relieved when it doesn't happen. And maybe love them?
Larry, I hope the weather cooperates so that Palmer can come to your house on Sunday to check out a new place, dog, people, and cat. He looks like he might be a terrier mix and a bit smaller than other dogs you have had. Smaller may be better suited to Wilma's smaller size. I'm remembering how she hurt her knees recently when Brique gave the leash a sudden jerk. Somehow I had missed the fact that you and Wilma have a cat until I read it yesterday. Brique certainly does look concerned about what Wilma might be doing to his bone! Dogs say so much with their eyes.
Of all the things I've lost, I miss my mind the most.
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