It is a nice, winter morning here, a bit chilly but not really that bad at -2F (-19C). It is going to get a lot worse in the coming days, but still typical weather for this time of the year. It is cloudy right now and we are supposed to get some more snow today. The total for yesterday was about 5 inches (12.5cm) and another 3 or 4 inches (7.5 to 10cm) coming today. Maybe. But perhaps this snowfall will miss us. It happens. All the feeders were covered with snow this morning so I had to clean them off and fill them all with seeds.
And the birds arrived shortly after and had lots of fun feasting, then suddenly all the grosbeaks and redpolls flew away and haven’t come back. Yet. But they will soon. The chickadees and nuthatches are still here, and the blue jays. It is really a nice winter morning. Speaking of morning. On December 24th, in the morning, I went to open my browser and was not able to. It finally said that my browser was not compatible with Windows. It is the only browser I have been using since I got this laptop.
I tried everything, but nothing worked. Finally I had to uninstall and reinstall. Worked fine then, but with a few problems. I could not get on WP, it would not accept my password. Finally got that working. But I also lost all of my bookmarks, even the “help” people could not understand that one. I am slowly getting things back to normal. But, I also lost my list of followers. If you have not heard from me since Christmas, that is why. I have most of you back now, but some are still absent.
If the following people are reading this post, please leave a comment so I can find you again; Sheree, Kim, Michelle, Carla, Tiffany, Stu, Richard, John, Kevin, Wael. Thank you so much. It is kind of strange, even though I know the names of their sites, I still cannot find them. It just comes up that the site no longer exists, yet I know it does. Sigh. The things that happen to me sometimes. I hope you all have a wonderful day and God bless!
Steve and Muffin. (the top featured image shows a feeder and looking back at the empty lot behind my place.)
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