With this frigid weather (way below zero last night) I'm a grouch, so I really don't have much to blog about, unless you wanted to read a bunch of complaints. Yesterday we didn't even get out to go to church because of road conditions. Many church services were cancelled. We only had about three inches of snow, I think, but our car doesn't get around well on slick roads, and lots of local folks said the roads were bad.
I feel so sorry for the animals when it's below zero. There's been a stiff wind blowing, too, so wind chills were twenty to thirty below. On my first visit to the chicken house today, Chickie was up on her shelf with her feathers all puffed out, and I was a little worried about her. Last time I checked, though, she was more like herself, and when I picked her up she sang to me like always. If she can only make it one more night, it's supposed to warm up to around thirty degrees tomorrow.
Subway has a month-long special going on: Any foot-long for $5. The cold-cut combo is what we normally get, and it's always $5. We'll take this opportunity to try some of the ones that normally cost more.
I can't talk about Cora, because she hasn't been here. Her mom was off two weeks for the holidays, and now her dad isn't working because of the cold weather. They did bring her by for an hour or so Saturday while they messed with the horses, and Adam will probably bring her tomorrow for a few hours. I told them it would be free, because we miss her and want to see her. In the two weeks we didn't see her, she has become very proficient with her hands, and can pick up anything within reach and put it in her mouth.
So that's it, just me checking in. Nothing's particularly wrong, and I wanted my readers to know. We're healthy, our bellies are full. I still have that two pesky pounds to lose, and Cliff has more, but we'll get it done. It's hard, when you're house-bound. Reading and surfing the Internet doesn't burn a lot of calories.