Seems it's been a couple of days of endless work what with the new lot of snow we have. Yesterday I shoveled the two decks and two sets of steps, then shoveled a path down to the driveway again. Came inside for a break then went out and did the driveway, that's a big job at least for little old me. Then knocked icicles off the roof as well as using my new roof rake for the first time to haul snow off the roof. So this morning after walking up for the mail just after daylight, I knocked more icicles off the roof, front and back and then threw up some ice melt disks, a new thing that's suppose to melt through the ice and make a way for the water to run off. I have my doubts about it working really, but fingers crossed. Last winter an ice dam built up on the front causing the water from the melting ice to go under the roof, down the walls and over the floor. What a mess. Carpets and linoleum had to be taken up and thrown out.
The seed catalogues have started to arrive. Excitement reigns! I suppose like every insane gardener, I get so excited looking through them that I have to put them aside in order to settle myself down. Spring doesn't sound that far off now.
A flock of Evening Grosbeaks arrived the other day. Beautiful birds.
I intended on doing some sewing over the winter but the needle on the machine broke. My machine is an old Singer treadle. It doesn't use electricity, it works by your foot motion. I absolutely love it and have been using it for years.
And the last picture is of dear Tommy looking out at the snow and wishing it would disappear.