“Some people feel the rain. Others just get wet.” ~Bob Marley
My head is stuffed. I have a cold coming on, or I am reacting to the ‘interesting ‘ weather pattern. I heard on the ‘news’ that the temps had hit 50 degrees Fahrenheit (10 °C)
Um! Hey guys. It’s January. What up!
Right now, rains are pounding my roof. I heard that the weather would be turning colder – hitting the freezing mark tomorrow. And snow is rolling towards us from the west.
I guess we are lucky, so far, that all this rain could be snow.
On the other hand, this is January and the ground in January is frozen solid to a depth of 3 feet or more.
So not so lucky.
All that rain coming down ‘will not’ be absorbed by the ground; instead, it will move along the surface causing a lot of flooding.
What will happen is in the middle of the night waters will rush over the farm fields from the west toward the east, until they hit the road, once there, they will blast past me along the north edge where the water will collect along the wetlands area.
Man the boats! But wait…
With the temps dropping all that water will freeze on the roads, in the fields,- ice rinks in the making.
So if you live in the mid-west, be careful driving and walking.
And yes! A Blah! Blah! Day.
Today I am reading: The Practice of Poetry: Writing Exercises From Poets Who Teach by Robin Behn & Chas Twichell