End of The Beast

It was definitely wet this morning, with a few drops of rain in the air as we walked to the car and puddles where ice had recently been.

The temperature is now a couple of degrees above freezing and I’m hoping that his will continue. If it freezes at this point it will be like being in the middle of the biggest ice rink in the world. The forecast for the next week is rain and rising temperatures. I imagine that the rivers will rise and we will move seamlessly from snow to flooding as our topic of conversation.

It was noticeable that ebay sales were down in the shop over the last week, something we attribute to a general feeling of misery in snowbound areas. The post has been a bit haphazard over the last week or so, with people not able to get to the post to send me things, and our post office not getting a collection sent outย  when the van failed to show up. I also had no post at home for two days, followed by a big wad yesterday. None of it was actually important, or even interesting.

In the shop we still saw quite a few customers, both buying and selling, though not on Thursday. On Thursday only the staff turned up, and at least one of them would rather have been at home. I still haven’t really got the hang of this employment thing.

By Friday it picked up and Saturday was back to normal. Hopefully ebay will pick up now.

13 thoughts on “End of The Beast

  1. Laurie Graves

    Fingers crossed that there are no floods. The weather certainly keeps us spinning, doesn’t it?

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  2. Lavinia Ross

    No hope of catching up this time, so I am just jumping back in. ๐Ÿ™‚ I hope all is well there. Less than 3 weeks until spring! Give my best to Julia, Quercus. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  3. lifeinkarolingston

    Yes, it should back to normal. There is still some products missing in the shops but it gets better by every day. All the best! ๐Ÿ˜Š

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  4. Helen

    Yes, hopefully everything will pick up again now. Shops seem to be out of milk at the moment, so weโ€™re into the long life variety.

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