Welcome to Spring
It’s officially spring here, even if the weather isn’t so sure. Yesterday it was in the 70s. Tomorrow the high is in the 40s, with rain of course. But the important part is that we actually had a few days of sunshine. Right before the sunshine came back out, we had some stormy weather. As I pulled into the parking lot at the office the next morning, I noticed a mass of rusted metal on the ground next to the house across the street.
I didn’t think too much about it at first because there were some guys working around that house the previous day. Then someone came in and asked if we saw where the roof of the water tower almost hit the house. You can just see the legs of the water tower on the other side of the house. I was amazed that there wasn’t much damage to the house. It looks like they’ll have to replace a few shingles but that’s about it.
How I hate the time change. This year I decided to get ahead of it and change my clocks on Friday night instead of Saturday. That worked out really well, by the way. Then as I was washing out my coffee pot on Sunday, I hit it against the sink and it broke. (whimper) I have several backup coffee pots but it was just one more thing to throw me off schedule. The whole week seemed to go like that. That first week after the time change is always tough.
Why ferrets and Styrofoam don’t mix.
I made the mistake of putting a piece of styrofoam in a trash can that the ferrets can reach.
See the trail of little white dots in the hall? That’s bits of styrofoam.
“Mom, look at this sweet face. You have no proof that I’ve been digging in the styrofoam.” – Clyde