Bags of Bran


Weather, Whence, & Wherefore
April 13, 2013, 8:31 am
Filed under: Biography, Personal Adventures

Did someone forget to pay the global warming bill? We’re having thundersnow and it’s almost tax day!

The chickadees that nest out in the corner of my yard look a little bemused. They probably think it’s my fault.

Now, I’ll not be that unpopular guy who dirges away about “last year this time, I was running about in short-pants and effectively manufacturing vitamin D.” Instead, I’ll be the unpopular guy who gripes about having to ride his stationary bike in the basement three days in a row. Yick, I tell you.

At least it’s easy to buckle down and read ponderous tomes when there is snow all over the ground.

Well, at least with the recent melt-down I’ll have somewhere to put all the new snow. That’s progress, right?

 

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