The end is upon us as the fools wait to celebrate. March could not close soon enough for me this year. But April is not forecast to be the greatest month for people like me with respiratory concerns either.
Heavy rain punctuated by thunder and lightning along with threats of tornadoes dominated the Cornfield on Thursday. A cold front has moved in and dropping the mercury into the upper 40s and 50s today.
What a way to close out this month where we had to turn our clocks forward and welcome spring.
Such is life.
My houseguest brought another houseguest last night.
Frankie is a Corgi and Golden Retriever mix about a year old. He is much larger than Chooey, but so far, so good.
House rules: Iohn has to clean up all the messes. And there have been a lot already.
The chickens were beginning to shake their feathers as the roosters began to crow when I crawled out of bed between 5:30 and 6:00 this morning. The first glimmer of sun breaking through the clouds was faint.
Already it was apparent today would be better than yesterday.
The mucus buildup was less. The pressure on my chest was less intense.
The rain clouds have moved east, leaving behind arid formations in the sky to float, blocking the daylight from time to time.
Yes, a better Tuesday.
My erstwhile houseguest has a job interview this morning. Saying a prayer that he gets the position.
Improvement is at a snail’s pace as I recoup from the breathing concerns which landed me in the hospital back the second week of February. Though slow, the prognosis is sure and better.
Mom is experiencing the same as she continues to recover from injuries sustained in a car accident in Nashville, Tennessee about three weeks ago. Some days are better than others. A concern she has will be addressed when she sees the doctor again tomorrow.
While improving, my system is already feeling the effects of yet another storm front that will strike the Cornfield through the weekend.
Such is life.
My errant houseguest once to move back in. There are both pros and cons to the idea. I have not yet given a definitive answer.
Believer or skeptic?
Credibility is at the forefront.
Whom can you trust?
Who do you trust?
“I’m President and you’re not,” is how President Donald Trump summed up the issue of credibility.
To say I am moving slow today would be a vast understatement.
I am moving slower than Uncle Joe at Petticoat Junction this Hump Day!
From groggy eyes that still have not adjusted after not rising until 9:30 this morning to the fog which is still blurring my mind, I am not altogether.
Been listening and watching intently to what is an apparent terrorist attack of some kind in London, England at the Parliament. For those who have paid attention, this is not a surprise that such an incident has happened in the United Kingdom.
Rivers Are Human– While here in the US of A, we are trapped in controversy arguing over the Supreme Court ruling that corporations are persons, the Citizens United case panned by former President Obama, on the other side of the world there is another legal declaration raising eyebrows even more.
The first is in New Zealand where a river was granted humanity by the courts. Then in India, two other rivers were granted the rights of humans.