Shh, don't tell anybody.
I'm sitting here alone in my office today while my entire staff is out on vacation. It's very quiet and I'm watching the ducks paddle around in the Mississippi River out my front window.
Because we have a dam a few hundred yards upstream, the water here never freezes completely during the winter. Therefore, this little section in front of our office attracts a large variety of winter wildlife - including bald eagles, falcons and lots and lots of ducks.
I can hardly stand to watch them floating around in this frigid ice water. But no matter how cold it is outside, they still seem to be just fine. My only question is...