It was one of those days. I stayed up way too late last night and got a slow start, even though I woke with the lovely smell in my nose of sausages with fried potatoes and onions. My Farmer Boy husband cooked one of his weekend this'll-last-you-until-lunch kind of breakfasts for us. And after feeding us all, prince of a man that he is, he and one of the boys did the dishes.
There was snow on the ground this morning (not the above photo, which was taken earlier this fall on a morning in ND). Not as much of a chill in the air as you'd think, except in the shade. And what with the sunshine and without wind, it was much milder than it might have been. Had to sweep the snow off the car and scrape the windows when I went out for a bit just to buy some milk. Was glad to come back to my warm family.
Lots of things on the To Do list, but I didn't feel up to any of the bigger projects, like cleaning up my craft room. That's a task that needs serious doing since the way things stand now, I don't have a clear surface to start any new projects. The sewing table is covered with pending mending, and the other desk has two large folded pieces of Warm Window insulated curtain fabric piled on it. The bi-fold closet door is off its track and the floor in front has boxes piled that need to go back into the closet. In short, it's a mess but it shouldn't take too long to tidy. If I decide to actually make something from any of this stuff... well, that's a horse of a different color, isn't it?
Ended up deciding to watch a season of Inspector Lewis, finish some knitting projects, and drink a lot of Bengal Spice tea. It was a nice day. I hope yours was as well.