This morning, I left here - basically sea level - and drove to the gym - 500 feet above sea level. It was almost kind of a little bit raining. Not even enough to turn on the windshield wipers full time.
An hour and a half later, when I came out, there was nearly an inch of snow on the road and more on the grass and it was coming down like gang busters. Six minutes later, I was on the south end of the street I live on and it was still snowing but melting the minute it landed. So the roads were wet instead of white.
Now I am watching twitter where reports are coming in from all over town. 1 inch of snow in a neighborhood 5 miles west of here, none in one 5 miles northwest of here, a half inch south of here and still snowing 10 miles further north. It's wild. Here, there is neither rain nor snow falling now and only wet on the ground.
I did take it very easy coming home. I took the old way. While I'm getting used to that big scary curve coming off the bridge, no way was I going to chance it today.
I have one short car errand to do today and then my walk. And I will be making more bears. I'm finally making a dent in my fiber stuffing surplus. I still have many bears to go.
I also need to find a new book. The new one I found yesterday did not last an hour. A whiny protagonist and a reader who has no talent for reading. Deadly combo. I do love that Audible lets you return books you don't like. Easily.
Ooops I forgot that I'd run out of content and so posted this. I didn't then but I am now!