The snow piles are so tall, it's hard to throw the snow on top and too many times, a big shovel full slides right back down into the drive. We had four more inches Thursday, which I just finished shoveling this afternoon.
Parking lots are so full of snow, you can't see around them to pull out into traffic. Same with street corners.
I was excited to find a few new foods I can eat, especially something that crunches. I'm so hungry for crunch! In my never-ending quest for the end to migraines, I am doing a diet with no sugar (only sour fruit. No oranges, bananas, etc), no gluten, and very low carbohydrates. Pretty limiting. Twenty two of these peas only have 22 grams of carbs. The tortillas are corn and lime, nothing else. One is only 12 carbs and I can crisp it in the oven. Oh, boy!
I got new glasses in November. I have been back 7 times for adjustments, and have not been able to wear them for a single day. I had an appointment today to have my eyes re-examined. And, it was a block away from one of my favorite charity shops!
Gift wrapping paper with birds (downy woodpeckers and loons), a skein of cashmere and lambswool knitting wool, a Valentine doily for a certain pink-loving someone, tiny socks with cars, and two brand new photo albums for 99 cents each--all found their way into my basket.
Last stop: the library. Now I'm ready to hunker down and stay home to knit, read, draw, embroider, and shovel, shovel, shovel. Snow...cold...bring it on!
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