It’s ten degrees below zero on the Fahrenheit scale, and we have a wind chill warning in effect until noon tomorrow.
In weather like this, the only way to keep working is to make one room of the house as close to habitable as can be achieved (when the answer to “how warm can you get a nine-room house with a full basement in deep snow country?” is “never quite warm enough”) and stay there as much of the time as possible.
The cats, helpful creatures that they are, have taken to augmenting the office heat by imposing their bulk between us and our computer keyboards. It is a measure of the ambient chill that we mostly are letting them do it.
Nevertheless, the work goes on.