Here is what I started to write yesterday. I wrote a long post this evening as a continuation but the site crashed and it is completely gone.
What’s that, afternoon coffee? Yes, I think I will… I do like having a day off that’s mine and mine alone. The possibilities! Not to mention nobody hearing me grumbling about the housework.
Today the sky is bright grey, if such a colour can exist. The sun behind soupy clouds is responsible for this. I would prefer rain to this indecisive and melancholic sky. In the mountains, tiny snowflakes might be drifting down. Cherry tree petals are scattered on the sidewalks. The songbirds seem quite pleased by this change in the weather; they flit musically between branches, shrubs and soil. Daffodils are coming in fast now, a cheery yellow row in the yard.
I brought home a bucket (probably about 5 kg) of dark chocolate ganache from work yesterday! It was rejected for being grainy but the flavour is still nice. Now I need to use it for something. Banana muffins iced with ganache are first on the list.
I’ve been finding tiny ants in the house. Sugar ants, I call them, though I don’t know if that’s accurate. The first one I appreciated for its antness. I greeted it, escorted it outdoors and thought about ants. The other ones haven’t been so welcome. Yesterday I found an ant on my computer and another on the kitchen island. Sprinkling diatomaceous earth around the perimeter of the log cabin I lived in last summer did a great job of deterring ants so I think it’s time to try that here.