Sunday night I called my doctor's after hours answering service and cancelled today's ten o'clock appointment. He'd already backed my appointment up half an hour to give him time to dash somewhere; now he'd have a whole hour to get there, in some mighty bad weather.
From the time it began snowing, about six in the evening last Saturday, we had 17" before it ended Sunday night, about six. I woke this morning to snow, and it has not yet quit, at six. I am not impressed! The last time I dealt with this much snow was in the seventies. I had three snow shovelers in the house. The snow was stacked six feet high along the drive way. By the end we had only one lane shoveled from the two car garage.
There were two snow shovelers over the weekend, but now one is back in school. The other asked if I needed to go anywhere tomorrow. By good fortune, I have nowhere to be until a week from today. Such a relieved face! At least the job can be postponed until the snow ends. "Right now it's like emptying a swimming pool with a pail."
I'm so near the end of this warp, but I keep winding bobbins to finish. I did ask my sister about the stack of drawers with the long screwdriver in the top drawer. "Whoever has the drawers has the screwdriver," she said, and she does not remember who got the drawers.
So, I retreated to Amazon and called up screwdrivers. They barely come singly these days. I bought one that should work. Otherwise, I'll just go back and spend ten dollars on a longer one.