Soon I'll go out and collect the newspaper and have breakfast while I scan most of it. It's dry, 45 degrees, with clearing skies forecast for later in the day.
I want to put in a little time on my sewing projects, go for a walk, and watch the USA/Canada Gold Medal Hockey match, on here at noon. We went to a container gardening class yesterday at a nursery, and we bought plants. It's time to rework my patio pots. We also need to get back up to Whidbey to work on weed control when we have a dry day, which looks like tomorrow. The prediction is for sunny and 60.
We can't do it all. I'll have to pace myself.
It's the last day of the Olympics! Hurray! I've enjoyed watching much of the competition, but I"m ready to take my life back. And I have a bunch of shows that I recorded during the games that I need to catch up on.
Tomorrow we welcome another new month, the month when Spring officially begins. For those of you still buried under ice and snow, hang on, it's coming.