Well it was when I got up at 6.30am (my relief carer comes at seven) but once the traffic started along the road, although there was not much about, it soon turned to mush. And now - in the evening - there is still some snow lying, it has also turned warmer and I am sure it will all be gone by morning.
I have had a quiet day today - a couple of phone calls, a few e mails, H next door came round for a cup of tea and that's it. My carer insisted on bringing me a nice home cooked gammon and salad lunch and friends S and T had brought me some small Christmas puds and a tub of brandy sauce, so again I have eaten too much.
The highlight of my day has been watching the first two episodes of Jules Verne's 'Around the World in Eighty Days', I rarely enjoy a serial on television but just occasionally the BBC do a really good one and this one really fits the bill. The first two episodes were aired today, one after the other and I found it gripping. I haven't read the book and I suspect I would find it a bit slow,but the BBC have really livened it up - I shall be interested to read what the critics have to say about it tomorrow.
I shall nowgo and make myself a cup of tea and read a bit more of the William Trevor book my son bought me for Christmas. See you tomorrow.