Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Some whine with that?

Thank goodness we have no appointments scheduled for tomorrow. It may get down into the 30's here tonight. I was supposed to visit my retina specialist yesterday but am still having effects from the cold I caught: from him, of all people. I had to reschedule into February. Hack, sniff.

I will probably not stick my nose out at all, tomorrow, lest it drop off from shock. Must visit the library today, though.

Where's that heavy jacket? We'll just have to tough it out . . .


4 comments:

Zeta said...

It's only 65 degrees and 10:10 a.m. Not too bad; however, living in the tropics has drawbacks when the temps drop below what is considered normal for us. Aunt Doc. and Uncle T. were seeking a warm place to rest last night. I'll have to wear my gloves to drive to school in the morning. Hopefully, my fingers will not freeze to the steering wheel.

ol Doc said...

Aunt Doc & Uncle T. have a warm resting place - it's just hard to sleep with the air conditioning unit wheezing away as it tries to keep up with the falling temps around here! We're letting the Key Lime out from under the trash can for a while today (it just fits underneath the overturned can) but will have to cover it again before dusk if we want it to live. Still, we like living where the leaves turn all gold and red in cold weather and there's a hint of frost in the mornings. Sometimes we even wish for snow........... Sometimes!

RANGER said...

I guess our version of the turning leaves is the parched grass turning a crunchy shade of brown in the winter drought. We had a little overnight rain before the cool spell started and the grateful grass greened up a bit.

Outside, it is 44.3° at 1 a.m. so we may get into the 30's sometime this morning.

Why am I not asleep? Don't know . . .

Zeta said...

Its ok. I woke up around 3:30 am cold seeking another blanket. Yes, the heater was on too.