I stayed up until 2:45 a.m. I had tracked down my camera tripod (mini-version) and thought I was all set. When the eclipse finally happened, I turned on my camera and the battery was dead. Doh! Ergo, these pics are taken with my low light limited, tripod non-compatible smartphone camera.
I terminated my Yahoo account last night. I use it so infrequently that I can never remember the password, so I end up resetting it and then not using it for another year. That includes the email account. Feels like tying up a dangling loose end. Should of done it long ago. Guess that means my Flickr account is done as well. (Have to confirm that.)
I lost the password to my router, so I couldn't give it to my sister's SO, which he needed to get some work done online this morning. Since I was going to need it for other reasons sooner or later, I decided to reset the router to the factory defaults and setup a new one. Bad idea.
There's at least half a foot of snow out there, but I just don't want to deal with it. A couple of my 20' shrub trees are nearly horizontal because the combination of ice followed by snow weighs a ton on the branches. I'll just resurface from my burrow in a few days. The temps get back into the 40's tomorrow. That should take care of it.