This winter’s cold snap was not only cold, it was long. As Nebraskans we get it. We have been here before. We may not like it, but we can handle it, even as our concerns and sympathies are drawn to all the farmers and ranchers we know who do not have a choice about whether to be out in the bitter cold.
For those of us who do not have livestock, this year’s cold came as a double whammy because the COVID-19 virus has severely limited our social contacts. So except for shoveling and a few other chores outside, many of us were trapped inside.
So how did I handle my cabin fever? I did what I do a lot in winter, I dreamed of the coming spring and summer. I dreamed of all the tomatoes my husband will plant and that I will mulch and weed. And I dreamed of canning.
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