I am sicker than hell and still smile at the snow…

Went to bed with a 39+ C. temperature and woke up with it still in the high 37’s C. I just took it again and it is 38.6 C. This is what makes a grouchy bear to feel bad and makes me want to ignore writing today, so I guess that is what I will do. I am just going to write one article and then this little piece and then I am going to tell the world to go to hell…

Though, it is snowing outside, the wind is blowing, and the sun is playing tag with the clouds. Therefore I am a happy bear, for this bear loves snow, cold, and wind to play in. Boza does to…

Besides, Sveta and I went yesterday and bought a new camera, Sveta got excited about a new Sony DSC H400 63x zoom and I admit that it is a fantastic camera. The price is what made us get it, for because of the sanctions, things like this camera are dirt cheap and that is good. People in Russia are buying like crazy. The camera that we bought is a perfect example…

Before the crushing the ruble game started, the camera cost 8990 rubles and it still costs 8990 rubles. It cost $300 equivalent at that time. Then the west attacks Russia financially and drives the ruble from 30 per dollar to 50 per dollar, makes the camera cost $180 in US dollars. It is the perfect before Christmas sale and the people are out and everyday is a Christmas shopping day in Russia…

Everywhere you walk around our town and people are carrying new TVs, computers, and tons of other items. The word is buy it while you can and Russians are flush with cash to buy it. That is one thing that Russians do, pay with cash and they take advantage of a good deal…

Coffee-iconNow I am going to bed and be a grouchy bear… 🙂

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