The temperature is not bad this morning at -2. Seems like it is suppose to warm up a bit to +3 today, but that depends on what the wind is doing whether it will feel like +. Still nothing to complain about since it is February.
I don't think I've got time to chase my dearly departed ancestor all around the internet today, there are other things that I need to accomplish this week. Sunday is our Valentine Dinner at our Hall, so I've got some phone calling to do, get workers and volunteers organized, grocery shopping on Friday for supplies, and then Sat & Sun we will spend most of those two days at the Hall. Hopefully we will get a good turnout, last years was delicious. I should spend part of a day at the Deeds & Probate Office to do some Water St. research as well as a few other things and I've got my last grant application to prepare this month, but would like to get rid of it this week if time allows. Next week I'm in Halifax 2 days - rah!rah!
Anyone know anything about the type of tile you should use for a counter top? We seem to be having different ideas, I thought Larry understood after 28 years, that I pick things out/do design work, he completes the project and all is happy in our household. Maybe on Wednesday I will find some time to look at tiles and get an idea, and perhaps it will inspire a color scheme as well. After a short surf via google and pinterest I am more confident with my original colors.
Larry has spent the morning cutting out and replacing a few floor boards in front of the sink. It appears that there was a leak at one time, so........ back to sawing and cutting, including a slight cut to the palm of his hand which he assures me is fine with a piece of paper towel wrapped around it. I don't know why they every invented band aids! I've been busy plugging along with laundry and computer work.
Not sure if everyone knows but today is the 200th birthday of Charles Dickens. I wonder if someone will remember us in 200 years. I don't think you have to be notorious or famous for people that follow to know who we were, or at least I hope not.
Lots of natural debris on the ice, some on top, some frozen in place.
Enjoy the rest of the day!