More weather’s a’comin’

Look at this!

I just heard about this for the first time tonight. I don’t know where I’ve been but clearly it hasn’t been on the weather channel! What is going on here?

In case you haven’t heard, we here on the East Coast are now expecting another storm, in about a week, in the form of a Nor’Easter and it will impact all those spots on the map that just were obliterated by Hurricane-cum-SuperStorm Sandy.

They are saying that we shouldn’t jump the gun and try to be optimistic, but c’mon everyone… another rain/wind/snow storm?

Paul is still juggling his lobster traps out there in the ocean, finding some, not finding others, and today he pulled up a trap that was totally flattened like a pancake.

We have no idea how that could have happened. I suggested that maybe a whale came along and sat on it down there on the bottom of the ocean and flattened it. Otherwise, how could it happen? No idea.

So here we go again. It’s supposed to get geared up on Election night. Great. I’m going to vote early that morning. We can’t do early voting here.

I just want to climb under my duvet and make the world go away.

Fed up,

Bex

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5 Responses to More weather’s a’comin’

  1. mz. em says:

    Weather doesn’t seem to give a darn about our lives and the things we have to do. I’m glad I voted early. The weather can do what it wants and I will be warm and safe in my little apartment.

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  2. Ericmayer says:

    Oh no! I hadn’t seen this until now and I haven’t even had my coffee yet. Let’s hope for better luck this time.

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  3. Bex says:

    I’m good with blaming Cheeeeeney for everything along with Carl Rove and that whole nasty clan. I think they said it won’t hit here til Election night so it may not impact voting too much. I hope not. I just wish the weather would make up its mind as to whether it wants us humans here living on the earth or wants us to all die off. It’s certainly telling us something…

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  4. Michael says:

    If the new storm is timed to keep voters away from the polls, it’s obviously part of the Republican strategy. As Anne Lamott would say, blame Dick Cheney. (For everything.)

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