that it can get really cold here. I probably haven’t. I don’t often talk about booger freezing temperatures or snow storms in May or coldness in general. Or snow. Or snow. Or coldness. Or icy conditions. Or about how I spend half of the Summer and Fall dreading the snow. I probably haven’t mentioned it very much, if at all. And I don’t even think that I have a whole category devoted to the topic. And since I never talk about it, I decided that this was the perfect opportunity to break the long, drawn out, painful silence on this issue.
It’s days like these when I really think global warming wouldn’t be so bad. (Please don’t sic your dog on me. It’s only a joke. Sort of.)
So it’s kinda sorta cold here today (and all this week). Just a wee bit. I mean, I’m planning on buying a polar bear pelt at the nearest 5 and dime store tomorrow. But other than that it’s just a wee bit cold.
So I decided that this kind of cold called for action. I decided it called for an intervention. Or at least a short interview. Very short. Here is how it went.
So, that’s how that went.
So, do you want to know how cold it is supposed to be here next week? On a side note, can I ask why the weather man is only right when they are predicting extremely cold weather and not when they are predicting pleasant weather? Very strange, that.
Oh and for
you Dad all of you who think that Celsius is wimpy and Fahrenheit is always colder than Celsius, think again… Here is our windchill temperature converted to Fahrenheit. Eat my shorts Dad. I mean, somebody want my shorts ’cause we haven’t got any call for shorts here in the next forever or so. You know, give or take an aeon.
So I decided to take a couple of pictures of the road on the way home because, while I hate cold and I am not a huge fan of blizzards, I’ve always liked the patterns that blowing snow makes on the roads. It’s rather mesmerizing. That’s mostly why I try not to drive in it. I get too caught up in the pretty patterns.