Weather Report: Bring on Spring

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Today is National Religious Freedom Day commemorating the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom which was signed on January 16, 1786.

Virginian Thomas Jefferson’s statute became the basis for the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

We’re two weeks into the year and yesterday was our first Bread/Milk/Toilet Paper drill here in Central Virginia. The weather app said it was snowing long before it actually did. We got a covering and then some rain. The snow finally came. Then it got icy.

So, here on Tuesday morning, most of our surrounding world is on a two-hour delay.

That’s lucky for you because I wasn’t going to post. It’s pretty obvious I didn’t have much to say today.

In spite of my wearage of the red suit, I am not a fan of winter. Give me warm weather and the beach or the pool. I could be happy with that all year long. True story.

In other news, rather than spend my three-day weekend (which use to be a four-day weekend in Virginia, but that’s another story) doing some of the brilliant writing I need to be doing, I spent most of it continuing to work on the reworking of my home office.

I made significant progress. I did not reach my intended goal. I did manage to get everything out, the furniture rearranged, the floors swept and vacuumed some of the walls rearranged.

I didn’t manage to assemble all three bookcases. I did finish one. At this point the greater challenge will simply be getting the other two upstairs.

In other news, Donald Trump won a resounding victory in the Iowa caucuses. I just don’t get it. And that’s all I’m going to say about that.

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