After the most warm and mellow September, October and November, truly golden days, we are fairly suddenly plunged into real winter with the arrival of December. And early December. Today is the feast of St. Nicholas. Winter isn’t officially here for a few weeks. But when I looked out the Paul’s office window this morning I knew that it was truly here!
It’s really a winter wonderland and still falling, slowly and steadily. I’m afraid the trip that my friend Penny and I had planned for tomorrow, to drive down to Charm in Holmes county and see what’s new at Miller’s Dry Goods, is pretty much off – certainly if the weather reports are right and the snow is going to continue falling, it’s no time to drive down to Amish farm country.
I’m sure many plans will be changed with this! It looks like time to remain cozy at home!
Meanwhile, at the home front, Andy has been playing with his rather amazing 3D printer from China. It prints real object in plastic from a spool. And now he is printing components that can be put together to make larger structures. His gerbil Master Tesla is testing the results of these masterworks…………….