In this beautiful state where I live it doesn't rain very often. It certainly very seldom rains all day long. At least it hasn't in the last decade, we've been in a drought more often than not.
So, it was very pleasant to sit in the house with a fire and watch the gentle rain come down.
It was not very pleasant to dash into the library for knitting group, but I was prepared with a hooded coat.
We hadn't taken our rain gauge in for the season yet so we could tell how much rain we got.
2 1/2 "!!
That's a lot for around here.
The best was yet to come. The tail end of that storm dropped enough snow to whiten the landscape. The clouds rolled away to the east at sunrise.
Of course, no week is complete without a visit from the grandkids. These two little blondies can always find something to do together. This day it was Othello. Barry wanted to put the black sides up and have Christian use the white sides so they could tell who wins. Christian likes to do whatever Barry does so we had a one color board. I love the way they can play together without fussing most of the time. Once in a while strife breaks out and often they can resolve their differences without intervention.
On another note, my left ear (not the most recent surgified ear) was draining again. The canal was filling up with goopy stuff just like it had a few weeks ago and it turned out to be a fungal infection.
So, we whipped up to Omaha yesterday to get the infection suctioned out and to get some more powder that gets puffed into the ear to heal it and keep it dry.
I don't have any ear photos, but I do have a photo of my puffer with the yellow powder.