November 7, 2022
Monday, October 31: As per usual at the change of seasons, we had a warm up and winter retreated to higher elevations.
Tuesday, November 1: One of the souvenirs we got in Florida this time is a keychain representing a popcorn bucket that is itself representing a balloon. I accidentally knocked it off the shelf it’s displayed on so figured that might be a sign it should be my photo for the day.
Wednesday, November 2: Oh look, winter’s back. This leaf was nestled in the snow on the hood of my car in our driveway.
Thursday, November 3: View out my back window with the refreshed snow.
Friday, November 4: Yep, lots of fresh snow.
Saturday, November 5: Had a windstorm overnight that knocked snow off the trees (and knocked out power several times). Sure looked pretty in the morning after the storm passed, though.
Sunday, November 6: Finally tackled washing the dress with the broomstick skirt that I bought from my mother-in-law Joan’s favorite catalog to wear to her memorial service this past summer. The washing wasn’t the issue, it was the drying, which involves twisting the skirt to put the intentional wrinkles back in, then securing it with rubber bands and letting that sausage dry for about 24 hours before releasing it and letting it dry the rest of the way. I’m here from the future to tell you it turned out fine.
On this date in 2013 to 2021: No entries
2012: 50 Years, 50 States
2011: Out and About
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2006: Strips That Sizzle
2005: Two Faces of Fall
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