Oh Gus from Psych is probably thrilled. They found a gas that is often a signature of life, though it may not be in this case. Still, the possibilities are fun to contemplate, many many miles away from here.
Gray again after a sunny respite yesterday. Now the sky is gray and the clouds are gray, and it’s not unpleasant to look at but it doesn’t look like summer.
I had mediocre sleep but a good workout, and I’ve landed somewhere in the middle, my brain tired despite the coffee, my body awake, mostly. It definitely feels like a Monday in the apocalypse, our slow-motion collapse teetering another of this house of cards.
Although maybe being cheerful at times like these is more of a problem than not. This is not the 21st century we envisioned, at least outside of a disaster movie.
Anyway, that’s it for me this Monday. Have a great day.
Gray and rainy again today, but somehow I don’t mind it. I spilled half a cup of coffee on my carpet, and as much as I blot, more seems to lurk there, coffeeing.
We are at the end of a wild week of news, and most of it is no longer trending, which is strange and not strange all at the same time. But if you needed Bob Woodward to tell you trump is a monster, you haven’t been paying attention.
It seems chilly today, too, like Fall means it now, the wildly hot days of the last weeks as though they never were. It’s funny how the weather can change, just like that.
I hope we can change just like that.
If we can, if we do, what a better world we will have. That’s it for me today, have a great Friday and a wonderful weekend.
It stormed early in the morning, lightning, rain clattering against the window, and it’s still gray now, at least down around the horizon, with a band of bright clouds above.
Pretty, and quiet.
What a strange year it’s been, nothing quite real, science fiction movies come to life, but with far worse writing. Worst of all, we are constantly being told not to believe reality, but to believe what we are told about reality.
It has to end. It has to.
Yesterday, I was completely on edge, my heart racing for no particular reason, but today I feel calmer. Maybe it was my workout, it was a doozy, and one of my favorite trainers from the past, alas she is no longer with Daily Burn.
Anyway, there are Tuesday things to do this Tuesday, so I might as well get t them. Have a great day.
This morning I was set to write about how a Monday workout sets you up and tells the week who’s boss, and then I found myself wondering if it was too early to be sick of people. Highs and lows in under 30 minutes.
Were this a normal world, I’d blame my moods and myself, but this is not a normal world and I am definitely not to blame. We can all agree, it’s the people.
What a strange place this is.
It’s gray and hazy today, we had some rain overnight, melodramatic rain that launched itself against the windows, the thunder brief but loud. It may rain some more today, it’s not easy to tell, but it’s hot.
It should be, it’s August.
Along its track this year has slipped, with us hardly in it, trying to avoid a disease that never should have taken over the world. I am hoping for a better brain week, it did not cooperate before.
There are conflicts erupting all over the world right now, and we all know who is behind them. He’s been itching for a world war, and it looks like he might get one.
This downward spiral has so much further it can go, and no doubt that is the goal of it all.
Nope, not light and writerly. Not today.
I wish there was more hope right now, but that is the thing about evil, it is relentless, it is unfeeling. It is difficult for us to stop.
I’m not sure how we stop it.
Remain vigilant, and remember that all we see is not all that’s happening. Also remember, trump and his regime are not on our side; they have not been with this pandemic, they will not be in the future.
Not a cheerful post, I grant you. Have a productive, thoughtful Tuesday.