Seventeen degrees below freezing, but it’s still early. I hope, today, to finally be able to bring the real camera out … get out and shoot some pictures. I’ve missed that. The walls of snow are very high all over the park, but at least around the pond there should be some photo-ops 🙂 . And there are always the squirrels. Last time I was there, I had only the iPhone, which I keep in a sort of wallet. As I was standing there taking a phone picture, a chickadee lit on the side of the wallet!!! Wish someone had been there to take a picture of it!
When we came back from grocery shopping, yesterday, I met the little old  lady, next door. She’s a Brit, but has been here since 1957 and still has the lovely accent … she’s so sweet! Now, however, she was sad because tomorrow morning she has to put her cat Polly to sleep. My heart goes out to her, especially since I’ve been there myself and know what she’s going through, and will go through. Polly’s close to sixteen, just like my Hadassah was. I adopted a new cat about three months later, but that won’t be the case for my neighbour, obviously. Good thing, though, that she and her daughter will go on a trip on Monday, so she’ll get some distraction.
Netflix, magically, came back to the TV! I guess they did fix it, remotely, as they said they would even though I didn’t believe it. While it was gone, I found that it was quite okay to watch TV on the computer, but you get totally cut off from the world around you. Also, since both G. and I, are watching this series together, it’s much better with the TV so that we know we’re on the same episode, and can discuss it. It’s one of the most haunting crime shows I’ve ever seen. It’s very dark, but the characters are so ‘real’. I must say, the Danes are great at making films and series. My favourite movie [Aberdeen] is also Danish.