Nothing else to do; just chew on a rawhide. It had just started sleeting this morning at six thirty when I went out for the paper.It was thirty-four degrees so it didn't stick.
It has been doing this on and off all day. Mostly a drizzle then rain a little harder. It has only rained a little over one-half an inch. I think it will be stopping soon. It's warmed up to thirty-eight degrees so far; but it's suppose to warm up to forty-six tonight.
The little biddies are braving the wet and cold to get a little bird seed (which I'm out of and don't want to go to the store). I had put three Americana and three brown eggs out for Loretta to nest. I don't know what all I have, but two of the Americana didn't hatch.