Except yesterday's rainy Monday was rather nice. Because rain = not butt-freezing cold, and also gives me hope for spring. Snowy, blowy Tuesdays, on the other hand, are more like the harbinger of doom.Ugh. I wish to go hibernate now.
You made me think of:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqYd3RjFMIE(wow he's old)andhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lIPan-rEQJAOn an unrelated, but still musical note, this seems really cool although I haven't watched the entire thing yet: http://www.playingforchange.com/http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/10242008/profile2.htmlOn the plus side, the rain/snow helps with the inversion/pollution! :D
It was 7 degrees this morning on my way to work.
I'm on top of the world lookin' down on creation.Okay, maybe that is dramatic, but I am having a good day. We are headed to the pediatrician for shots now, however, so all good things must come to an end.
Should we start chanting, "No more inversion days!!"Here's to clean air and sunshine!
I need to go watch about a boy now.
probably don't want to know that it's actually so warm on the east coast right now that i swept my driveway and did some yardwork today (if scooping dog poop off your deck and yard can be called that.) it was freezing last week so it's a welcome change, but i just keep thinking it's way too early for this to stay and the weather is just toying with my emotions.jenny - now i want to go watch "about a boy" too.STM - "thanks" for getting that song in my head. i'll probably be singing it all night now.nem - hope you don't mind me commenting on your comments.
April, you are dead to me. Kidding!
The grass is always greener. It's true. HOWEVER. It's also dead somewhere else. And what I'm saying is where your grass is drooping, OTHER people are looking at dead. So cheer up. You could be in a colder, more wintery place. And you're not. So much. Have your GH send you flowers, and breathe deeply. Spring is coming.
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