I’ve always enjoyed the rain. While others get depressed by storm clouds in the sky I tend to find them soothing.
In fact, I think it’s kind of funny when people freak out about a little precipitation. I know some people who won’t leave the house or drive their car if they see a rain drop.
And to be fair these people are probably more sane and just living more safely than I am, so I can’t really fault them.
It’s just that I don’t think hiding from bad weather is any way to live your life. So if you’re staring into storm clouds this week, maybe you could use a little Monday Morning Music to motivate you to step outside:
The first thing I did when the power went out was go to my phone.
It’s amazing. Even just a few years ago I would not have had the luxury of another electronic plaything to occupy my brain while the power was out.
But during The Great Ice Storm of 2014, less power at home just meant more power for our mobile devices.
For many the power outages and school closings were an excuse to spend hours playing the latest game craze Flappy Bird.
Of course, if you hadn’t already downloaded Flappy Bird, you were out of luck. And not because the wifi was down. Continue reading
What is Christmas supposed to feel like?
Living in Georgia the past 20-some-odd years, I’m beginning to wonder.
Growing up I’ve always thought Christmas was supposed to be feel like winter, interchangeable with snowflakes and hot chocolate and wool sweaters.
So how come it’s December 9 and still 75 degrees outside? Continue reading