It has had the biscuit.
I smashed it.
Meantime, here is *my* sad, yet trivial tale!
It's so cold that when my heater became unplugged, my bird bath snapped. I replugged it, wrapped some duct tape around the connection to better secure it and waited all day and over night. (BTW, duct tape doesn't stick well in -20 temperatures!)
This morning, the frozen top snapped from the melted bottom. I think. I presume the heater still works. You can see how it went from bad to worse. The spider cracks simply grew!
The birds, sadly, keep coming to the bird bath and bonking their little beaks on the ice. To no avail!
Thankfully, I can buy another one, as my deer and birds love the hydration, but how do I fill it? The heater clearly isn't powerful enough to melt the ice, if I fill it from tap water, will it manage? Will the cement adapt to the temperature change? I don't know!
I need a fiery dragon to keep it thawed.