Many of my friends have been sharing stories and posting photos of snowy landscapes. I don't have any snow here...so, I will share a view outside our kitchen window.
This little guy has two other regular playmates and they race around the tree, chasing one another, having fun and then soak up the sun. These squirrels are very thankful they don't have an office job where they are learning about report generating and having the need to become proficient in Excel, making formulas.
I tell you this so you know, dear family and friends, why I haven't been visiting or posting lately. Normally I have enough breaks from staring at a computer to come home and share a story or meal with many (hopefully) entertaining photos. But I have been mentally worn down as of late.
Topping it off, as long as I am gently venting, my work mate/trainer has taken a short-timers attitude and is less than...well, .....enthusiastic.
Perhaps taking over new duties in an area where I had zero expertise is not actually as tiring as searching madly for buried acorns and avoiding feral cats. But I don't know. Thankfully, I do not have that point of reference.
Yes, these are desperate times when I feel the need to channel through a family of squirrels. But there you have it.
After this long weekend I hope to have something much more interesting to share.
For those dealing with wicked winter storms and snow, I hope you are staying safe and dry.
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