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Well, that’s a relief. Yesterday’s snowfall was “light and fluffy,” so I didn’t worry much about its slight depth of four to six inches. Ahh, winter in New England.
Today’s big decision involved questions of safety in the face of uncertain weather forecasts. The “colossal storm” added a few inches to the deep snow outside my doors. The dog continues to jump through chest-deep drifts. She seems happy enough, … Continue reading
Late this morning, I braved the poorly plowed streets to visit the accountant, who tolerated my fabulously disorganized piles of receipts much more kindly that I would have done. The snow had let up by the time I headed home, … Continue reading
Met with my students today, and they look like a great group. They did a very good job with the timeline and chiming in, even though this is only the first day. US Women since 1890 is a course I … Continue reading
This title is misleading because some lovely boys from the neighborhood dug out my walk and driveway yesterday. Nevertheless, the day after a blizzard does feel like digging out, even when someone else has done the real work. Streets have … Continue reading