Thursday, December 16, 2010

On a cold morning...


Yesterday it snowed all morning, but it only gave us about an inch of snow. All that effort for such a little bit. It's supposed to snow more today and we'll see if anything serious comes out of the sky. A few inches of snow would be right. It's very frustrating to see it snow all morning and to hardly have anything to show for it.

I do have the proper boots now and I want to test them out, although I tested them out on the slippery street last night and they seem to work fine and hold their grip. I do have to wear thicker socks with them, as they are a little bit roomier than my other boots. That's okay, I was wearing thin socks and they may not have been warm enough, although that never bothered me.

Tyke was lucky, as I developed a tiny hole in the toe of one of my socks and I could give it to him last night and he was very happy with it and guarded it with his life when he thought I was going to take it away. I saved the other sock, as I have more just like it and they all match up, so sooner or later it will have a partner again.

My Wednesday personal helper and I took Tyke for a walk in the snow yesterday morning and very pleasant it was too, as it was not really cold and there was no wind to speak of. Tyke tried to follow a trail, but completely lost his bearings and went in a hundred different directions and plowed through the snow like a vacuum cleaner. I had to shorten the leash to get him to follow me properly, because he was beyond control, but it was nice to walk outside with the snowflakes falling down on us and the world looked very pretty and peaceful.

My SPN called me and told me that there was a place open in the creative therapy class at the SPC (Social Psychiatric Center) and that they had advised her to put in an application for me immediately, so that I would be able to start in January. The SPC has moved from its location downtown to a new building just around the corner from the office of my SPN, so it is a lot closer to me now and considering my agoraphobia, this is only serendipitous. I won't have to go all the way across the river anymore into the complicated downtown area. That is one of the reasons why I didn't go before. Hopefully, I will be more brave this time. 

Today is an empty day, although the Exfactor may come by. I don't know if he'll make it through the snow, though. I have to find enough things to do to entertain myself and I'm not quite sure if I can. I do worry about that a little bit. Maybe I have to get some more sleep first. I'll take my medicines and try that. 

Have a great day!

Ciao,
Nora




5 comments:

Twain12 said...

i hope you enjoy your new classes in January...i live in thick socks in winter, can't handle cold feet lol

Gail said...

I enjoy the beauty of the snow falling but do not want it to stay.

The classes sound wonderful and close, that makes them twice as good.

You shall have a full day of loving your animals, reading, browsing the computer.

This day shall be a gift.

Maggie May said...

Thats good about the therapy!
It is supposed to be really bad here with the possibility of very deep snow & icy conditions.
It has gone cold but the sun is shining right now.
Stay warm.
Maggie X

Nuts in May

Babaloo said...

Good news about the creative class! Hope you enjoy it.

I envy you your little bit of snow. We've had nothing to speak of yet. But they've forecasted another very cold spell starting tonight, so there's hope yet. As long as it starts AFTER I come home from my reflexology class, I'm happy.

Wisewebwoman said...

Oh such good news about the art classes, I so remember your wonderful work from the prior ones.
Stay warm inside.
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