Two weeks ago, snow was falling. Up to 4 feet in some places.
It's gone now, melted away, but one thing is clear: Winter is coming.
This means good business for me, since I sell a lot of feed products and the grass is going away.
But it also means shoveling sidewalks, sliding cars and lots and lots of slippery situations.
Ice ice, baby...
It's tough enough just trudging through snow... Imagine snow on an ice skating rink. One false move and *voop* you're on the floor.
This will be my third true Winter. I'm acclimated enough, but I still don't like it.
Making things more interesting are potential career moves. I'm casually entertaining three different job possibilities. One will have me moving back into sunny Southern California, but the other two are still in the northern area of the US.
Actually, two of the three choices are even farther north than I currently am....
Idaho is bad enough in Wintertime. If I'm even closer to the Canadian border, will I have to invest in a team of sled dogs?
giddy German Shepherd) but I think the parking spot may need to be a bit bigger...
I like having four seasons, but there are a lot of things I don't like about Winter, especially the 6 months of Winter Idaho has. If I move farther north, it's just going to get colder.
What am I thinking?
At least there won't be as many Mormons...