Monday, little Amelia had to go to Victoria for another cast change. All bundled up to stay warm on the drive.
Mornings at the Perry household.
Amelia finally weighs enough that Kristi can try out the baby carrier.
Monday, Ray went for a walk with Kristi and the dogs to Roberts Memorial Park. Great views.
Tuesday morning, Ray was admitted to hospital for a minor procedure and stayed overnight. I picked him up at 10 am Wednesday and we managed to get home before there was too much snow. Apparently our Highway 18 to the lake had multiple accidents on it later in the evening with black ice. He forwarded a picture of his breakfast. I don't think he was too impressed!
He said the toast was so cold it turned back into bread! and gruel! Yuck. Grape Jelly double Yuck. Now he will have to take it easy for the next 6 weeks, so not too much walking or standing. I may have to tie him to the bed. lol
The next few days pretty quiet here at the lake. Ray spent most of his time between his chair and the bed with some time down in his workshop. I spent my time cooking up things to trigger his appetite that was kind of non-existent due to his pain. By Saturday morning he was feeling more like himself. The predicted snow came overnight. Still bloody cold out at -3.5 C (25F) at the lake with a biting northeast wind. Definitely colder than we are used to. Due to the cold temps the snow is little crystals so not accumulating to the extent of usual. Still woke up to 4 inches it looks like.
|InstantPot French Onion Soup|
I also did a bunch at Roy and Junes as the both Roy and Sean were working and I wanted to make sure June and Tara with the grandbabies could get out if necessary. Shortly after I was done, Mike got out his quad with a blade and finished up the cul-de-sac. I should have waited and then he would have done our driveway. lol Both Darryl and Mike used our snow blower to deal with all of their sidewalks. Love it, neighbours helping neighbours.