04 January 2017

Trying to Rouse My Muse

My plans for today include taking the time to re-read the first eight chapters of my fan fiction, "MHI Alaska: A Dish Served Cold", to see if it stirs up inspiration for another chapter.
 
 
 
Beyond that, I'm dealing with a recalcitrant heating system at work, which doesn't want to do what it's been told. The software shows me what it has ordered the control nodes to do, but doesn't always show me what's actually happening.
 
And you remember that I mentioned, just a day or two ago, that we "could see temps of -20 or colder in the next six weeks"? AccuHunch is calling for -16° tomorrow night.
 
Me and my big mouth.
 
Otherwise, it's a quiet day. That's a good thing. Later, folks - and thanks for stopping by.

10 comments:

Rob said...

I know mom said to always share, but I don't think she meant the cold temps here..LOL dropped you a note..No issues

Sandy said...

Rev. Paul,

Stay warm, hopefully the work heater soon will cooperate!

Rev. Paul said...

Rob, we traditionally have a cold spell in Jan or Feb, with temps sometimes reaching near -30. Can last anywhere from a day or two, up to three weeks. And I got your message; thank you very much.

Sandy, it's the heat in my four-story "smart" office building. Cold spots here and there, for no apparent reason. But the HVAC guys are here, so it should be whipped into shape directly. Thanks.

threecollie said...

Sure do love that header. Hope you get everything in good working order and stay warm.

hobo said...

I'm with Rob... no need to share unless you want to take some snow as a trade?

Lovely painting on your header, but I must ask. Is that a car off on the left side of the road??! I sure wouldn't want to park there. I wonder if that was the painter's car. ;-)

Stay safe & warm in the subzero temps. And hope the heater gets back in shape.
~hobo

Rev. Paul said...

Marianne, everything seems to be working for now. We'll see what it looks like on Friday morning when it's -15° overnight.

hobo, the header is a photograph, with post-editing soft focus applied. Yes, there's a car backed up into a little spot off the left side of the driveway that's just ahead of it. You can see their mailbox above the roof of the car. Oh, and while a little more snow is always in order here, we do have quite a bit on the ground already.

ProudHillbilly said...

50 degrees and sunny here today...

Rev. Paul said...

Sounds like a nice day in May, here. :)

LindaG said...

Be safe and stay warm!
God bless us all.

Rev. Paul said...

Thanks, Linda. One thing we Alaskans are good at, is keeping ourselves warm. :)