I looked out later and saw this rare sighting. A snowman-building monkey! Now I'd heard of tool-using animals, but this seemed pretty advanced to me. The resolution of the pic is poor, but so are the pix of Nessie and the Abominable Snowman, so I'm in good company.
And my plans for outdoor things changed to realizing I had no bread in the house, and needed to bake. For a change from the one giant loaf pattern, I broke out the little pans, and made four loaves, easier to cut, with them.
The reason they look so
I was shipped these pans years ago by lovely friends who wanted to help me during the caregiving years and save my having to use precious minutes out shopping instead of getting a break when I had a couple of hours respite. I love them, and think of Carol and of Mare every time I get them out.
If I have the energy left, and am not spinning, weaving or reading Barbara Pym or watching Jeeves and Bertie, I will make the banana chutney this evening from the Bill Veach book.
The only drawback to reading is that I can't spin or weave or knit or cook, while I do it. And I haven't found any Pym on audiobook. There's a gap in that market. I bet at least a dozen or so people would like it..