It wasn’t long after we got up and had coffee this morning before the predicted blizzard conditions arrived. I mean the wind was blasting and it was a total white-out on the other side of the windows. The temp wasn’t too bad and stayed right at 32. I would have been all happy and snuggled in across the guest room bed (warmest room in our house) with a good book, except for the little fact that my tummy chose to feel queasy today and, therefore, I don’t really feel much like reading. That alone should prove that I’m a bit less than top of my game on this Sunday.
So, I set about the task of what to do. I am in the midst of rewriting a book manuscript, so spent a couple of hours doing that just to keep the ball rolling. I am half way there, at this point, and I absolutely love to write when a good snowstorm is raging and we don’t have to be anywhere.
Then I delved into some old family photos and tried to scan them to lighten them up before they are lost for posterity. Turns out that it was not a tremendously successful project, but it was fun to try. I’m not extremely techno savvy, even with the simplest of chores. The grandkids make me look like the proverbial dinosaur when it comes to techno tasks.
Next on the agenda was lunch with the hubby, so I chose a grilled cheese sandwich and Coke over ice. It was either that or chicken noodle soup, which may be dinner for me tonight. Our traditional pizza on football game day probably won’t materialize tonight. Well, maybe for him, but not for me.
And now it’s time to watch the Broncos/Chargers game and I’m all decked out in my Bronco sweater (blue) with orange earrings and even orange shoe laces in my kicks. The Broncos have the most devout fans and we are often quite weird, but always faithful. Today’s game will be the highlight of my Sunday, apparently.
Meantime, it is still snowing outside and blowing , but the wind is not even close to as fierce as it was earlier. Actually it’s quite beautiful and since we don’t have to be out there on the highway today, I’m enjoying it, in spite of my little “bug”.
So that’s how we who are living in the Colorado high country handle a blizzard. Hope your day is absolutely fabulous. Thanks for stopping by.