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Snow and Chocolate

It snowed all day today in Pittsburgh. It’s not too deep outside. The snow is light and fluffy. I’ve already taken the top layer off. But it did keep me indoors all day. The snow plough passed through a couple of times. The snow closed around its wake and within a half an hour, the road was covered again.

In the meantime, I kept myself occupied with audio books and scouted YouTube for good recipes when I ran across this one. It’s for a spiced chocolate pudding. I had every ingredient except the whole milk. But I’m making it tomorrow for sure. Imagine snuggling up to the fire with a good book and a bowl of this:

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  1. We’re expecting a winter storm in most of the Arkanshire. I live in an area that is expected to get mostly sleet and the worst crud, freezing rain.

    I survived the December 2000 ice storm. If the word “hate” were inscribed in nanoscript on every cell of my body, it would not equal a millionth of how much I hate freezing rain. 👿

    Meanwhile, have some cowboys fighting Nazis on Mars:

    As Dave Barry would say, I Am Not Making This Up.

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