Seems to me the more interests one has and the more one tries to do, the faster time goes. I suggested to my husband last night (and I was only half kidding) that we spend the whole day today simply sitting in a chair, staring into space to see if time would go by more slowly. He gave me a look like he thought I might have one foot on the slippery slope to senility and said no way could he do that because he had way too much on his schedule for today. Methinks the solution to this time thing is to learn to enjoy each moment, each hour of each day because we don't seem to have the ability to make that racing clock slow down.
I was having trouble nearly all day yesterday making comments in your comment sections but after having made a couple already this morning, I think blogger has rectified the situation. I hope.
At our weigh in this morning, hubby lost another three pounds and I lost zero. 'Nuf said.
We had about 5"-6" of new snow yesterday by nightfall. As we crawled into bed, I asked hubby if he had looked at a forecast. I remember him saying we had a 90% chance of more snow overnight. Ugh, I said as I drifted off to sleep thinking we might have lotsa snow removal to do today.
But all we ended up with was about 1" more of the new stuff. It is so beautiful out there, so pristine and glistening. Hubby has been out to do basic chores, but we've yet to go out to shovel paths and snowplow with our good neighbor's plow truck. They went south a couple hundred miles for a long weekend to visit their grandbaby and we're watching their place for them. D always leaves the key to his truck and plow for our use. So hubby will go clean up their driveway ('bout twice as long as ours) and yard for them before doing our own.
Time to go suit up and get some fresh air and exercise moving around this new snow. Our temp is in the high 20s this morning so it will be pleasant out there.