How can I put this mildly? The weather forecasters were rather precise in putting Ida's track to the south of us by a bit. That green funnel they use to represent a tropical storm's path barely grazed southern Pennsylvania. We would only be getting showers from a glancing blow.... Well, they were wrong... by a bit. In fact, as I write this, Ida is moving directly over head. Centered we are, as bands of showers and heavy rains drench Central PA. Which is not what we needed, if you know what I mean. More rain. We do not need any more rain. That little orange spot? That's us. Now ain't that nice.
I've also been told I have little tact, so if this offends you simply ride on.
Wednesday, September 1, 2021
Ida need no more rain
I bought some new pillows and pillowcases. They arrived yesterday, the pillows are great, the case? They are so tiny, they will never fit a standard sized pillow. They're getting returned tomorrow.
In fact, tomorrow is looking like a busy day in the morning. First thing up is an eye exam, with possible dilation. Borderline glaucoma. Then a stop off at Giant to pick up ingredients for Kimchi, followed by a short visit to my UPS Store to drop the teeny, weeny pillow cases. And then? Well, probably a nap or two.
Oh, and Texas now has the most restrictive voter laws and the most stringent abortion laws in the nation because... Republicans. This is the same state where many froze to death last winter because the power grid was shot to hell. This is what happens when elected officials receiving large campaign donations from energy providers turn a blind eye. And don't forget, Ted Cruz is from Texas? Remember him, the loser who chose to take a vacation in Cancun during that freeze and then threw a hissy fit when the media found out. Between you and me, I don't think it will be long before the state collapses. You see, Conservatives desperately want to be in charge, though when they are they prove they are really terrible managers. Always have been, and always will.