Winter in Indiana, is always kind of a crap shoot. You never know what will happen. Yesterday we woke up to Iceland, as did many in our region. Power outages, snapping wires, and shearing tree limbs were happening left and right. Our downtown area, was a ghost town. It was eerie.
The corgi kids didn't like the icy crust in their back yard, and even their too long toe nails couldn't dig in. We stomped around with our big boots to crush and open up some areas for them to squat, without sliding. The cracking of tree limbs going down popped up all our heads. Jake brought a frozen, deflated basketball for me to kick. His herding instinct makes him want to work (or play) all the time, no matter what the circumstance is. Addie, just wanted to get the heck back into the house!
Today, it's 14 degrees colder, so everything wet yesterday is frozen hard, and crunchy today, really making the roads worse than before. Sheesh. Jim is wearing out the remote, while I visit many new blogs. Cabin fever is kicking in! God bless all the utility workers and highway folks that are out there today.