Mostly a dreary blustery stay-inside day, with a brief clearing in the afternoon when I got out for a turn or two around the block. That is not snow on the ground, but white gravel.
The trifecta of knitting, piano practice and rose pruning has taken a toll on my hand. I'm braced up for the moment, and grateful that the weather was a good excuse to stay out of the garden.
I read that a surprising number of front-lline workers is refusing to get the vaccine, so much so that some districts are scrambling to figure out what to do with the stuff that has been refused. Reasons varied: distrust of the government, distrust of the vaccine itself, worries about side effects, feeling caught in a political game. What about you? would you get the vaccine if they offered it to you tomorrow?