We did end up getting a pretty good amount of snow, 6.8 inches. Last night after I went to bed I got woke up by ice, sleet, something hitting the windows. I’m not sure what it really was, but it was noisy. I guess I’ll have to shovel some, just the front deck I think, but most should melt during the day with temps getting up in the low 40s.
Other news… I’m getting new and free webcam from Reolink. They have contacted me a few times asking if they could share a couple of my cam videos, but yesterday they asked if I could get a video of the storm for them, I said sure. They said if I do, they will send me a RLC-511 5MP 4X Optical Zoom Camera. That’s a newer model of the one zoom camera I have and goes for $110.99. Here is the link to their Facebook page with the video…
I’m sure I wont see the camera anytime soon, as I think it will be shipped from China. lol Anyway, I think it’s pretty cool.


So the lady that was wife and part owner of this house stopped by about 5:00 PM today asking about the money she thinks I own them/her. I told her that I sent an email to her with a list of things wrong, but she said she didn’t get it, or didn’t know who it was from and deleted it. Anyway, she says because we agreed through text messages on this money she’ll be taking me to court for the money. I told her what was in the email and that I couldn’t justify paying any of that money and that we both signed the same buyers agreement/contract. I can’t fucking afford an attorney for this shit, and I’m still trying to figure out how in the fuck I’m going to get a couple items for around here.
I don’t need this shit in my life, life sucks already. Just wish I had someone to talk to about it, or anything for that matter.


Griz hasn’t been able to walk hardly at all since the trip for work down state. Now for the second day in a row, he isn’t eating, and this isn’t at all like him. That fucking ass trip has really done him in. He was getting around pretty good up until this trip where he had to stay in the fucking car for hours and hours on end with no place to move about.

Update: Monday, Griz is doing better. He slept most the day, but he got up for dinner and met me at the door to go out a couple times. That’s the most movement he has had in a few days now. The past few days it has taken him close to an hour just to get back to the bedroom for bed, we’ll see how he does tonight. I noticed him doing better first thing this morning when he got up and the same time as Eli and I, and he walked most the way out.

Anyway, Griz does seem to be doing better.

First Window

This was kind of a bitch, things aren’t square around the window. I had to do the inside also, not just the outer trim with all windows.The bottom has a 6″ shelf, room enough for small plants. Hopefully the other windows aren’t as much out of square.

So Tired

I was so tired when I went to bed, but I only slept for a couple hours due to too much on my mind about work, mainly getting the web server fully up and running. My bed sure did feel good though, even if I didn’t sleep much in it this night.

Good To Be Home

I don’t think I would ever say this at this house, but it’s good to be home. It was nice seeing my coworkers, and meeting a couple that I have only communicated with through email or phone, but all the same, I’m glad I’m back up here. And so are the dogs. Eli was all wiggly and smiling when I opened the door to the house. Griz I’m sure is happy to, but he’s in quite a bit of pain I think from not being able to move for days.

Last Full Day

This was my last full day being in the office. Tomorrow I’m going in for just a couple hours then head back home. I have most all of accounting up and running and that means we get paid as normal. The web server still won’t get any real pages until I’m home. I have enrollment server ready to. If I feel I have the time, I’ll get HR connected up again tomorrow, we’ll see.
The boys had a really hard time today. Griz never even moved in the car, just little cries all day, and Eli won’t eat this evening. I’m sure they’ll be better once we get home, but it hasn’t been good.