28 January 2010

winter wishing

winter is not over yet. we're under a winter weather warning for tomorrow and saturday. they say we could get from 5 to 8 inches of snow and possibly more. i'm very happy about this.

i took care of grocers this evening, so tomorrow i only have to get gas for the car and dog food. then i'll be ready to hunker down for the weekend, watching the snow, some movies and maybe do some cleaning and knitting.

i've been feeling compelled to keep my head covered for some reason. i have a kerchief that i put on as soon as i walk in the door and leave it on except while i sleep. it isn't nice enough to be able to wear to work, so the calorimetry listed in the side bar should do the trick for wearing at work. must get knitting...

i also hope to do some baking this weekend. i still haven't broken in my beautiful kitchen aid. i've felt so poorly since the holidays that i haven't used any of my gifts really (except the scrap pail).

well, i'm off to take my meds then snuggle down in the bed to read for a bit. i just have one more day of work and hope that i can feel up to going in the morning. i'm still waiting to hear when the mri and sleep study will be, but hopefully they will call with those appointment times tomorrow.

winter blessings!


The Frog Queen said...

Thinking of you. Take care and stay warm....I like covering my head too! :D

Tonight when I went for walk I put on my favorite hat from Scotland..so I have a big smile after reading your post! :) Great minds think alike :D


jaz@octoberfarm said...

i cover my head too. you know what they say about losing most of your body heat from the top of your head? when i cover my head, i need to wear less. i love snow too! i hope you got lots of it and i love your attitude about how to handle it. everyone around here bitches and complains about winter and snow all the time. it drives me crazy. snow is one of the wonderful things about living in a 4 season place! enjoy it and have a good snowy weekend!ansordic

Lorna said...

We're very cold, but the snow is no longer pretty; it's gray and brown and very tired-looking. A little snowfall would do us good.

Joy said...

Hope you stay as warm as possible and feel well enough to use that Kitchen Aid soon. :o)