...but now, it's an inarguable fact. Local meteorologists have threatened that at least four inches of snow will fall by tomorrow morning. It's not all that much, but still, it is only October and this doesn't seem quite right. What to do?
One could sit around playing one's recently rediscovered Game of Authors found lurking in a box amidst a small collection of letters and an abacus. Game of Authors was first produced in 1861 by GM Whipple and AA Smith of Salem, Massachusetts. Parker Brothers produced a later version in 1897. I've seen many different and more imaginative covers for this game including another Milton Bradley version picturing Shakespeare, (or, if you prefer, Edward de Vere).
Alternatively, one could catch up on some knitting.
One sock is lovely, but having two is the goal, apparently...
...and they don't knit themselves.
Perhaps one might try to finish that book?