Well, it's Saturday. Two days before the big storm, or maybe semi-big, snow possibly turning to freezing rain storm. We'll just have to wait, won't we? My question is whether I should buy a bottle of wine on my way home from work this evening just in case. While a lot of people have Monday, the 17th off as a paid holiday, I don't. Calling off is not going to cost me any holiday pay... and that would give me another 3 day weekend.
I got another 13.86 mile ride in yesterday - the Ilger Front, in Belgium. Fun stuff. I felt it in my legs a bit, but not much. Today I'm going to get in a walk before I go to work. In case anyone is wondering, I'm still using the heating pads from time to time. They keep my lumbar spine loosie goosie and flexible.
I checked in with my cover artist yesterday, she and her husband both have Covid. She's doing fine, however, her husband was acting like a 'contrary old man.' Translation: she can't wait to get out of the freaking house, even if it means going back to work. That's understandable.
People keep complaining about how the January 6 committee doesn't seem to be doing anything, and what they are doing appears to be happening very slowly. The face they show to the public tells us nothing about what's happening behind the scenes. The sudden arrest of 11 Oath Keepers is significant and came out of nowhere. Then, for those of you who missed it, they revealed that 5 states sent counterfeit election results to Congress, election results claiming the Orange Anus had won the state. All were signed by Republican election officials. They were rejected, of course, but the National Archives is releasing them to interested citizens. This means every one is going to get the chance to see these lying signatures. Here's the signature page sent in by Pennsylvania Republicans.