"How much are we supposed to get?" DH asks.
"About three inches. It will taper off after midnight." I read from the NOAA site.
Yesterday we finally had twenty four hours in which the temperature stayed above ZERO F. I washed my car before I drove up to New Hartford to Sew Wilde for a mini long arm quilting seminar given by Joyce Blowers . I think the car stayed clean for about thirty miles. It was only 18 degrees when I washed it. I violated the 20 degree rule but I couldn't stand the mud and crap on the car ANOTHER MINUTE. I managed to get some back spray on my boots when I tried, in vain, to clean out the wheel wells. That ice was SOLID.
I enjoyed the seminar and it was great to see Joyce and Ron. They will come by on Tuesday to replace the motor in the Nolting. I will miss them. I must work. Steven, lucky guy, will be here.
Because we had "milder temperatures" I was able to warm up both the guest apartment and the sewing loft today. I spent much of the afternoon rearranging the sewing loft. It is now ready for J. when he comes to look at installing a baseboard heater. Steven volunteered that he might call him this week. You know I got inspired when I heard that.
I had thought that I would ditch the junky barrister's bookcase (REMEMBER THE PFAFF) but thought better of it. Instead I reorganized the thread.
Now to get rid of more stuff. I have a problem. Honestly, why am I hanging onto a 50+ year old Singer 401 cardboard box? You know, the one that Mom brought her machine home in when she bought it. I just think, well, hell, she hung on to it that long, seems a shame to ditch it now.