Sea mist

This morning was incredibly cold. We’re talking so cold that I coughed every time I took a breath outside, that cold. I seem to be handling the cold better than the snow, though.

That’s not the point of the story.

It’s going to be a clear day and I’d forgotten just how beautiful the day can be when it’s crisp and cold. Then I got to the end of my road, looked down towards the ocean and saw the thick layer of sea mist out there. It was amazing, this cloud of white mist that drifted and shifted only a few feet over the sea. I wish that I’d had my camera and a few minutes to photograph it.

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In other news, my back is playing up 😦 I didn’t do anything special to it last night, I had a comfortable seat at knit night and yet by the time I went to bed it was throbbing and hurting. If my rheumy X-rayed me right now, I’m sure that a ton of inflammation would show up, it was that kind of pain. Unfortunately, that meant I didn’t really drop off to sleep until 2am and my alarm goes off at 5.45am. Yeah, I feel good.

I did get the heating set a bit better last night. I left it a degree higher in the main house than I usually did and pushed the dial up a little in my room, so I wasn’t frozen when I woke up and it wasn’t completely unpleasant when I got out of bed. Heating will resume normal status when the weather warms up a bit, but I was so glad this morning that I’d done that.

And now I shall go and take some painkillers and get on with my work.

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