I am just about to walk out into a work day full of fresh uncertainty, and I discover a fresh fall of snow as well. Continue reading “(Not so) fresh Friday”
Friday night into Saturday morning, we got snow. Not a lot of snow, but a very wet, heavy mess.
So mid-morning Saturday, after walkways (finally) got cleared, Continue reading “Is winter over yet?”
And hot strength training.
And hot aerobics. Continue reading “Hot yoga”
I could be living in parts of the country that are forecast for 12 to 18 inches of snow today. I could be living in places that treat snow a foot deep as “a dusting.”
So, yes, I could treat a little frost mid April like it’s a small inconvenience and not the proverbial straw (of camel fame). Continue reading “I know it could be worse”
So it snowed.
I mean, it didn’t snow ridiculous numbers of feet of snow, as it did up North, in the part of the country I used to live in and some of my family still does and I beg, when I think about winter, that I’ll never have to live there again.
But still, it snowed. Continue reading “Indoorsy”
I am not, as a rule, a big fan of snow. Yeah, sure. It’s pretty, and whatnot, provided one does not have to travel in it or shovel it.
Yesterday morning I heard a lot of alarmed buzz about an impending storm, and when I went looking for information Continue reading “Small pleasures”
I’ve never been a big user of Twitter. I forget sometimes that I even have an account.
But over the last week, since Hurricane Sandy came through and knocked the power out (and knocked everyday life around here back a century or so) I’ve been an avid user.
PSE&G was tweeting updates — Continue reading “Fully empowered (@PSEGdelivers, #NJstrong)”