I can’t go outside, I’m scared I might not make it home

Today, it Rained Like Hell™.  It was also Unseasonably Warm.  The snow is gone.  When I left for work this morning, the surface of our crushed gravel driveway was the consistency of wet beach sand.  There were branches down, and though I took the high road, through Benton and Fairfield, there were many deep and treacherous puddles between me and the day-job.

Happily, I arrived safely, if soaked to the knees, and put in a light day of work, it being study/exam week.

After work, we took Hexampuma to the vet, as previously arranged.  He weighs more or less the same, which is at least not going backward.  We shall have to feed him more wet food, but are apparently on the right track.  Steve, in a Bold Experiment this evening, found that Hex will happily consume his vitamins as part of his Extra! Special! Gooshy! Food!  — which is good.

I got to spend a little time with George this evening and now it’s time to call it a day.


Progress on The Book Presently Known as George:
5,836 words/100,000 OR 5.84% complete

Grand-Uncle Daav nodded gravely, which Grand-Aunt would scold him for, were she present.

One thought on “I can’t go outside, I’m scared I might not make it home”

  1. It may be unseasonably warm where you are but it sure cold as “Heck” here.
    Glad to hear Hex is hanging in there.
    Just put my vote in for Theo, but there was a couple other of my favorites there as well. Plus one that seemed interesting so I download it in kindle format to my Galaxy Tab.

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