Tuesday, March 6, 2012


I remember when you didn't have anything else to say or to talk about - you brought up the weather.

"The trouble with weather forecasting is that it's right too often for us to ignore it and wrong too often for us to rely on it."  ~Patrick Young

When Holly lived in San Diego, I was told, "The easiest job in the world is to be a weather forecaster in San Diego. Everyday he/she says "It's very nice out today."

Well, now-days the weather is the interesting thing to talk about. (especially to avoid conversations about politics.)

Here it is - the first week in March and flowers are blooming, trees are budding - and maybe this isn't all that unusual for March, but this has been going on for a few weeks now. Tornadoes in places that have before only heard about tornadoes. Tornado one day - snow the next. Crazy weather.

 (I would have gotten more pictures and better pictures but TBW - as my friend Debra calls the Oklahoma Winds - is a staple in Kansas as well)

Weird weather patterns. It's a subject that can keep you talking for quite awhile. Avoid -  Romney, Santorum, Newt and Obama - talk about the other subject that is as inconsistent as politics.

Every man on the street will give you different reasons why -
  •  "global warming"
  •  "climate warming"
  •  "government interference" 
  •  "HAARP - high frequency active auroral research program" 
  •  "Jesus' soon return"
  •  "La Nina"
  •  "scientific"
  •  "spiritual"
  •  "the end of the world as we know it" 

Well, I usually just take one day at a time. I don't worry about what's coming because I do have a faith that will sustain me. 

BUT - I've decided every day I live is the end of the world as I know it. Look at the changes made everyday in this world. Our world improves every day. It also digresses every day. 

Each day is the end of the world as I've known it. 

Weather forecast for tonight:  dark.  ~George Carlin 

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