Tonight I’m going to talk about Popple, because the map and radar-view below show that nothing is happening, weather-wise. I figure nothing happening is a good thing. It frees up time, and one can “make hay while the sun shines.” It wasn’t stormy, so I cut some wood with my chainsaw, including some Popple.
Of course, if you are a true weather geek, you have no hayfield, and can’t make hay while the sun shines. Your life is devoid of meaning, and therefore you have to seek the maps below for storms, even before they exist. Why? I suppose it because storms cancel school and work, which give one the sense they don’t mean much, and place one in a situation where every helper counts and has meaning. Or, even if you can’t be helpful with the shoveling, at least the humiliations of the classrooms and workplaces cease.
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