the snow/rain/slush mess in terms of visibility. My windshield wipers don’t work that well, and the windshield wiper fluid apparatus isn’t working.
So I told Pete that I’m going to remain at home today. It’s no big deal, remaining here in the interim. I did a yoga make-up class last night because I like the evening instructor. And my hip is bugging me a bit, so a day off from strength training is for the best.
I wish Pete was staying put – then it would be a real snow day. I imagine that the heavy snowfall has resulted in downed power lines, so this is not beyond the realm of possibility.
I’ll take advantage of the fact that I’m not going anywhere except to the barn and back and work off an already lengthy list. I’ll revise my proposal for Trafalagar Press, study for my upcoming Woofer exam, print up and file a few items that are on my computer, do my home-based strength training work, and add the zinc and copper supplements to the supplement bags that we didn’t use when on our last trip.
And, if by chance, the sun comes out, I’ll take the horses out. I’d been taking them all out on the nearby trails, but I suspect that I’m going to have to wait a few days before again resuming this activity.
What I most want to do is crawl back into bed and take a long nap. But no, I am, in addition to being adaptable, going to be disciplined and get the above-mentioned stuff done. This way, I’ll have time to enjoy the, ahem, spring weather.
Next: 106. 4/18/19: Slush