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Tomorrow Sveta at the Russian Village…

I am so happy, Sveta is taking the train from Moscow to the Big Village (6 hour ride) and I will pick her up and bring her to our humble abode in the Tiny Village. The snow is blowing and it got to about -6 last night. Right now it is -1 and as I said, “Summer is gone!”

I cooked a skillet meal last night on the old wood stove. Just a single medium potato, one small onion, salt, pepper, garlic and some salami. The kettle started to boil and I made tea, about the time the tea was drank, the skillet was sizzling and after stirring twice, it was done. More hot tea and a bowl full of yummy…

I had to seal the facet better on the sink and I need to get a stopper so that I can fill the sink to do dishes better. The water is hot and this morning it really felt good to wash up with hot water. That is a luxury for me. I moved the mirror inside and now all personal care that was done outside is now inside. It is cold people…

I looked out the window not long ago and saw the neighbours home. They are not there, but the image shows what is happening outside, thus Boza and I are snug as a bug in a rug. We also have a little guest, he or she ate a pretzel I dropped and now has gotten brave enough to show itself. Going to nip that issue in the bud real quick. Mice and I do not get along. Now Boza does not care, he just watches while they eat his food… đŸ™‚

Post by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…


The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity. The fears are paper tigers. You can do anything you decide to do.
You can act to change and control your life; and the procedure, the process is its own reward. - Amelia Earhart