"Hello March" I would say you are coming in like a lion. We are once again in the depths of winter. It has been storming since 7pm last night. Non-stop.
Naturally, I have cats to care for in the country and will have to venture out on the back roads soon. When my clients ask for 1 visit a day it is usually up to me to pick the time that suits best. In a case like today, I will wait and hope that the snow-removal trucks will have been up these back roads and made it possible for this crazy cat-sitter to get to the cat. "Neither rain, nor snow, nor sleet, nor hail, nor gloom of night.....Ya, whatever."
I knew this storm was coming. I filled up the automatic feeders and put out extrawater knowing today would be a crap-shoot as to when I would arrive. You have to do that, just in case.
Lily is tucked up in her cat bed and toasty warm by the wood-stove. Ed is keeping his distance the last few days
Annie has been lying close to her. Once a mother...always a mother.
And Annie is never far from Audrey. Even when she can't see her, she knows where she is.
This weather has me playing with dishes again.
It's a hot chocolate kind of day.