8:49 a.m. - March 21, 2008
When it snows, it's quite pretty. At the new digs, the back yard is beautiful in the white, and it's fun to see the rabbit, pheasant, and deer tracks in the snow on the hill leading up to the little wooded area.
I know that I've dealt with snow in April in Indiana.
I have a lot of work to do today since I've been out for three days doing a lot of work. (It never ends, does it.) So I'll be in the office officin' until lunch and then out for a bite and then back writing proposals and dazzling potential clients. So the outside world isn't going to bother me much.
And I guess it's just the exact date that's getting to me.
But may I remind the weather gods that it's March 21. Spring has started. It's over 30 degrees. In fact, the high will be 35-38.
Why will there be five inches of snow? Why? Why? Why?
(Or as Yoko would ask):
Just askin'. That's all.
PS - Mother Nature. Can you tell the geese by my office complex that they may want to get out of the way a bit quicker while I'm driving toward them, lest I skid off into Nine Mile Creek whilst trying to avoid them. Thanks.