Dogs and bloggers both need their rest after five days of tweeting, face booking, TV watching, emailing, non-stop eating, web surfing, aimless walking, photographing, general and specific malingering and the occasional nip of medicinal hooch.
Cody is keeping watch for she-who-must-be-obeyed (SWMBO). If we sleep too soundly, SWMBO gets all excited and assumes that we kicked the bucket. Cody's job is to make sure SWMBO doesn't haul us outside for special pick-up. The DPW guys are much too busy clearing the streets to drag our large carcass away to the landfill.
We've also been adding new pictures to our LCCOC storm-of-the-century slide show.
On an serious note, Council President Gayle Snyder emailed us this morning saying that Richard Kluckhuhn is concerned that his famous Christmas Tree may have been severely damaged by the February 6 storm. The Kluckhuhn family has brightened Laurel's Christmases for at least two generations with the lighted tree. This picture shows some of the damage. Let's hope that the tree can be saved for future generations.