Hey there, I hope everyone is someplace safe and warm today. It’s scary out there! It was -17 when I woke up this morning, and despite all the sunshine, it’s still only -14. Work was called off, but I did wander out (I mean, sure it’s dangerous… but that’s how I live! OK, not really but I did want to know what -14 felt like.). The verdict: It’s miserable. I couldn’t believe people were out shoveling! I was only out there for about five minutes. I’m not looking forward to the commute tomorrow—outside of the fact that I have major cabin fever—but it is supposed to be three times as warm, thankfully.
Here’s some pictures—in chronological order—of the tundra and how we’re coping with hibernation (click for a slideshow):
If you noticed the uptick in cat pictures it’s because I’ve been home alone with the she-devil—three cancelled flights later, and the boo is still stuck in New York—but she has been surprisingly nice since I picked her up from the kennel. I don’t want to think about what happened in there to make her be nice to me… But we’ve come a long way, Zoe. I’m glad someone is here to keep me company!