Looks like winter has arrived. It's been one heck of a week. Roger ended up in the hospital on Tuesday morning. We had to get a friend to drive him to Gander, an hour away, and take him to emergency. He had been up the two previous nights unable to breath and no sleep. The car was off the road because of problems and we were waiting on another car that we were buying. They kept him overnight and he came home the next afternoon. They couldn't figure if it was his heart or a hyatal hernia that was giving him the problem. They monitored his blood pressure all night and it was up quite a bit. He arrived home bearing pills for angina, blood pressure and cholesterol and pills to calm him down if it happens again. I think he was in a bit of a dither as he's not use to taking pills and now he's loaded down with them. He's having a hard time getting his head around it all if you ask me.
Then three of the cats came down with a cold. One went missing for almost three days and I was heart sick. He showed up today at lunchtime. I was almost in tears when I saw him. I figure he was feeling so sick that he hid away somewhere to get away from everyone. He's much better now than when he left. He, being the first one to come down with it.
Then, we picked up the new car this morning. Drove to Glovertown to the insurance company to get the paperwork done on the insurance. One of the agents came out to take a picture of the car for the files and saw that the gas tank was leaking. I couldn't believe it! We had to immediately come back home and take the car to the garage. It will be looked at later today.
And now it's snowing. We could get up to 25 cm.
Not much down yet.
Jays earlier this week.