Sunday, October 30, 2005

Wait A Minute...
















Saturday night: It's snowing. It's about 38 degrees out so nothing is really sticking to the roads, but the snow is accumulating on lawns and vehicles. The flakes are big and fat. They're fun to watch. Eventually, the snow will turn to rain. Still, deep down we are disturbed because it's still October here in New England and it's the first snow of the season.

Sunday morning: It's is 60 degrees. There is no sign that last night it snowed or even rained. The chocolate factory across the street cheerily pumps brownie scented fumes into the air. Deep down we are disturbed because we realize that at any moment the weather could turn on us like a rabid dog. After all, it's fall in New England.

Tomorrow and Tuesday it's supposed to be in the high sixties/low seventies. Then the rest of the week is supposed to be in the fifties.

The weather here is more bi-polar than my late uncle.

4 comments:

Latigo Flint said...

Oh, I think deep down we're all a little disturbed doncha know?

Dave Morris said...

Hey why is some of the snow in the picture orange?? Do I want to know?

Amandarama said...

Latigo - Um...maybe...I mean, um...oh alright...

Dave - The snow is always orange in Burbclave. There's a handout that comes with the management binder that explains it. Although you should never question the management of Burbclave. Never.

Ari said...

Sounds like Texas weather.