Tomorrow it’s back to work. I hate Mondays. I shouldn’t, but I do. I have a lot to do at work in the next few weeks before the holidays. It will be a very busy time. I’m sure I’ll get through it just fine.
Historical fact: Today is the 62nd anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
It snowed last night and it’s still snowing lightly this morning. I slept well last night. But I did have a wild dream. I might have to write about it sometime. Here are some photos from my balcony showing the snow. We only got about 2 or 3 more inches. Shouldn't keep anyone from getting where they need to go.
We had our first snow fall! It snowed 2 inches over night. While it looked nice when I first saw it, I realized it would be messy very quickly. We had a two hour delayed opening today so I didn't have to go to work as early as I usually do. That was nice. But the later I leave for work, the longer it takes to get there and with the weather the way it was, it took even longer…cleaning off the car, etc. And the nice snow had turned into sleet and rain by the time I left for work. Now it's nasty out. We are supposed to get another 3 to 5 inches tonight into tomorrow. Since tomorrow is Saturday, it won't matter how much we get. I got three new DVD's in the mail yesterday so I can spend the day watching those if the weather is as bad as they say it's going to be. I should have taken a picture of the snow but didn't think about it until now. Maybe later.
On December 1, 1955 Rosa Parks was arrested in Montgomery, Alabama, for refusing to give up her seat on a public bus to a white man.
Let's see. What did I do today? I got up early. I fed the cat and guinea pigs for the last time. I went to Giant and to Eckerd. Then I went to my mom's and put up her Christmas tree and decorations. She made turkey sandwiches for lunch. That was good. Then I came home and chatted on the computer. I actually talked with a few guys who sounded interesting. Not sure if anything will come of it but it was nice conversation none the less. I finished my laundry. I watched “To Kill A Mockingbird” on TCM. That is one great movie. The best part is when Scout gives her little speech on the steps of the jail when her father is watching the man in jail. It turns the crowd away when they realize how innocent she is. It's a great scene. If you haven't watched that movie, you should. Gregory Peck was brilliant. I highly recommend this movie. Well, the four day weekend comes to an end today. It's back to work tomorrow. But I can look forward to the next break from work. In three weeks I'll have two weeks off. Yeah! And now, just for your information, Mark Twain was born today in 1835. Sometime in the future I should go to see his home in Hartford Connecticut. I saw it on the CBS Morning Show this morning. It looked interesting.