Ah, yes. It’s Monday.

Yesterday was bright, sunny,  and warm.  A beautiful Spring day.   This morning?

Yes, it’s snowing.  2 inches of new snow and more falling.

It’s supposed to be spring!  That’s what the calendar says!

It’s one of those things that makes you realize that

Ah well.  At least I have a job that pays me enough to make ends meet.  I’m not struggling to get along like a Congressman, and needing the charity of others, no matter how heart-warming the effort is.

Wonkette printed an e-mail they received, and I realized something about the author.

The Republicans are finding out that their program ideas aren’t as popular as they thought

Reading about them, and this weather makes me a tad … grumpy

Yes, I know, I’m not supposed to get mean and espouse violence

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2 responses to “Ah, yes. It’s Monday.

  1. I Love OCD

    One of your best, Norbrook! Sorry about the weather. Is this a bad time to mention I was worried about having to put the AC in the window? …….ah, thought so.

    Just remember I’ll be hard-boiled in about 2 months, and you’ll still be able to walk outside without a personal cooling system!

    BTW, I’m one of the people collecting the dude’s hard-earned cash – being repeatedly raped as a toddler/young child will have some bad long-term effects on a person. I can’t help but wonder if it was this guy’s dad who thought I was his sex toy. The attitudes are remarkably similar IMO – anyone other than you and yours is less than human and thus not worth considering.

    Sorry, that was more bitter than I’d intended, but somehow I think being treated like trash is wrong.

    • Oh, I agree with you on that.

      Most of my bad mood about the weather is due to the realization that in a little over two weeks, I’m going to be heading into the woods (it’s part of the job) for the first time. Last year, I was kicking myself for not scheduling it earlier, since at this time the snow was gone, the ice was out, and it was in the 50’s and 60’s. This year is looking more like it did a few years ago, when I had to park at the end of a seasonal road, hike in to the trail and then up the trail – wading through a foot of wet snow (and numerous snow drifts). It turned what is normally an hour-and-a-half round-trip hike into a 4 hour nightmare. The people who had the lake surveys couldn’t even launch their boats – the ice hadn’t started to go out. When you make the plans in early March, it’s always a crap shoot as to whether you’re going to pick the right days. :roll: So waking up to a couple of inches of snow and more falling at this time of year is going to make me very, very cranky. :lol: