I took this photo yesterday evening just before the sun was going down. The lone tractor plowing the fields showed just how lonly it can be being a farmer and how long their workingdays can be.
The day started out cold with a clear blue sky, but unfortunalyy the weather forcast was right in that clouds would be created during the day and showers might also be arriving. But it will be better than yesterday anyway, it started to snow as soon as I drove to get x-rayed :-) :-) When i drove to the hospital the snow came down as small marbles, almost like hail.
There were no wind and the evening was quite nice.
Bertil followed like he usually does :-)
I wa sreally lucky when getting to the hospital, I didn´t have to wait at all. As soon as I came in (I was half an hour early) they called me to the machine and within five minutes I was outside again. How often does that happen? After that I drove away and bought the firelogs I wanted, there were still a few pakages left. I imagine I´m the only one buying them now especially since they raised the price that much. During this time the sun had started to shine and it was really nice outside. But as soon as I drove home the snow came again and lots of it :-) :-) I was at home ten minutes after I originally should get x-rayed :-)
We went down to the creek this morning. It was just above 0C (32F) but unlike now no wind.
Thankfully there were almost no traffic, since we all now have summer tires it´s quite nasty to drive on snow. Those tires are made for warm weather, not icy snow so they really are useless in that weather. But the snow melted on the ground almost directly and when I came home the sun started to shine again :-)
Apparently I was chosen as the new leader of the union board at work yesterday. Well I wasn´t surprised but I thought that they might choose not to have a board at work at all. They never seemes to be happy with anyone anyway :-) :-) :-) My first task when getting back to work is to negotiate wage propagation, that will make me popular in those hard times :-) :-) :-)
The moss has frozen during the night.
Well it´s time to go out to get some sunshine I think. I´ll take a cup of tea with me too, but it´s so cold outsie that I´ll have to drink it fast :-)
Have a great day now!
The Bleeding Hearts (or as we call them Lieutenant hearts) are on their way despite snow and cold weather.