It has been a crazy week here at chez Lisa. Until Tuesday night, my car was still buried behind tons of snow. Of course I didn't weigh it, but it was lots and lots of snow.
The serious snowplows finally came through Tuesday and completely wrecked the work people had done clearing access to their driveways or places to park on the street. It was a nasty surprise for many who came home from work and had no place to put their cars without lots more digging.
But then the frontloaders and bobcats came through Wednesday night and Thursday morning. Finally our street is safe and drivable; the difference is night and day. Only 11-12 days after the first storm hit but we're part of the world again.
So Thursday, I went out and got a HAIRCUT which was sorely due. And Thursday afternoon I spent several hours taping and editing some videos which will go up at HealthCentral as part of our honor of MS Awareness and Education Month.
I had three kitties who ventured in and out during this time. They love the music studio and with the skylights, it's a better place for me to film. Well, Oscar was creating the effect of an earthquake everything he rubbed up against the tripod. He does weigh 13 pounds ya know.
So we gave him some of the limelight. Meet Oscar, who one year ago was homeless.