Friday, January 21, 2005

Snow day

There are five or six red cardinals taking aggressive turns at my neighbors' bird feeder. The bright red birds against the clean snowy garden look almost contrived. Where are the females?

Yesterday was a great day. I fixed a leaky faucet in the kitchen. Ed took me out to a music store to pick-up some cables and other recording gear. Another friend met me out at the pub and drove me home after the first set. I sang Four Green Fields with the band. I drank half a pint of stout.

My symptoms continue to abate, though more slowly than I wish. Maybe I'll get out to the office a few days next week.

For today, I'll relish the gift of a snowy day as only a non-commuter can.

5 Comments:

Blogger Jenn said...

Wahoo! Glad to hear you are doing well Jim! Sorry we missed you last night. John and I are big weiners about going out when it's cold and snowy. Nanooks of the North we ain't!!! Anyway, hope all is good and we'll see you soon!
Love,
Jenn, John, FiFi

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Blogger Tom Wolf said...

Who would have thought that you would be performing last night? Sorry to have missed it, but glad to hear you are continuing to feel better.

Whenever you feel like it, you're welcome to be a guest lecturer in my law school class. Just let me know.

Hope to see you this weekend.

Love,Tom

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Blogger marian said...

Glad to hear you're feeling a bit better.

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