Saturday, April 23, 2005

shiver in my bones

Massive thunderstorms hit yesterday afternoon and last night, complete with pounding rain and several bouts of hail. Despite all that I know about the devastation hail causes for farmers and gardeners there's something exhilarating about weather so wild. An appropriate event for Earth Day, no?

Words Written: zero
Lessons Graded: (sighs)

Evening follow-up: it snowed during my walk with Sam. Snow fer pete's sake!

6 comments:

John B. said...

Pouring paint down the corner sewer grate...in honor of Earth Day.

Tippecanoe said...

We missed the hail in West Lafayette, but boy is it cold today! My bike is hiding in the back of the garage.

Rob said...

Yeah, it is cold around these parts. but boy do I sleep well with the cold outside temps, a warm house, and the wind blowing all around. just snuggle in and ... zzzzzzzz

(writing a paper? what paper?)

Joe said...

Distinct turn to the cold and crummy in central Ohio too. I should warn you that I now blame my Indianian friends for any weather system which comes in from the west...

Anonymous said...

It's been so beautiful here. :)

Sunny Britain...

Steven

John B. said...

two inches of snow inthe back yard here in South Bend this fine morning.

It was 85 Tuesday....

Going to be tough for the kids to play baseball today!