We're up to about three inches of snow now with a bit of ice below. Traffic seems to be totally snagged, typical for an Arkansas winter storm where ploughing equipment is sparce up here in the country. I called my Mom to let her know that we had a winter storm warning and to tell her that she should ome home. THey had sme kind of a teachers' luncheon so the secretary wouldn't interrupt so she sent an email telling my Mom to come home. She got it forty minutes later and headed home. Those forty minutes made a huge difference because by then, it had sleeted quite a bit and the roads were ice rinks. It took her about an hour and a half to make a trek that usually takes 30 minutes. She's not happy with a school that doesn't monitor the weather. Perhaps they should pay me to keep them on top of weather warnings. Doubt they'd have me.
A guy who I knew from like three years ago who used to do brailling of physics and science before we had the big Textlab, emailed me today wanting to know how to make a particular chemical. I'm kind of honored and a bit apprehensive. On one hand I don't want to be giving him free consultant work which I could charge lots of money for, but on the other hand, I'm a qualified chemical engineer now, or something, and why not help the guy. I asked him for more information so we'll see what happens.
Third update for the day? Wow. Somehw I like updating more often. It makes for shorter updates, allbeit more detailed.
Well, suppose I'll just sit here and enjoy the fire. Toasty and warm.