Monthly Archives: September 2020

Journalistic Talent

Journalistic Talent
It was a lovely morning with it's cool air and light breezes, and as the day unfolded, our September sun shone brightly whilst offering blended shadows of Fall, but unfortunately the wind started picking up and began sending loose leaves a-swirling. Yes, there were all the more Locust leaves to sweep away from the front door of my office.With i … continue reading

The Smell of Humans

The Smell of Humans
Another cool day arrived which had me just a little bit chilled whenever outdoors, and according to our forecast, we'll be needing our furnaces turned on Thursday and Friday since our highs are only supposed to be in the low 50's. I'm already rounding up some old sheets and blankets to cover some plants I don't want getting frosted on either of tho … continue reading

The Last Package

The Last Package
Oh how our temps are dropping rapidly to the point it's feeling like we're approaching the end of October instead of September. At least we're going to be easing into the cold this week instead of an overnight cliff-drop. I was surprised to find some spotty areas of rain today as our extended outlook gave no indication of rain today. More fake news … continue reading

“Faddish” Bullets

“Faddish” Bullets
It was an even earlier Sunday morning for me due to my having to get my contemplative prayer session completed before heading out to get some much needed physical work done. I was able to spend more time in my darkened and quiet corner which was again much required after this past weeks revelations which were nothing less than shocking. Thank goodn … continue reading

But Not its Slave

But Not its Slave
Wasn't it just the craziest having our temps in the upper 80's today? I actually can't remember it ever being this warm for such a stretch of time at the end of September. I didn't even look to see when the wobbling jet stream is going to reach us, but according to a conversation I had several days ago, it's not supposed to even break much above 50 … continue reading

Domesticated Pests

Domesticated Pests
I wasn't as early to the office as I have been these past days, which gave me a little extra time to spend at home. My first order of business was to make sure everything was readied for my closing this afternoon which also went over closing date, and only due to the bottlenecking caused by all many abstracts being continued these recent months. … continue reading

Mumsimus Mentalities

Mumsimus Mentalities
I couldn't believe how warm it was outside so early this morning which meant it was above average all night. One would think being on the down-side of our month of September, the nights would be much cooler, but I'm not complaining.When I arrived at my office this morning, I grabbed a sold sign and drove out to the home I closed on yesterday an … continue reading

Neanderthal Bull

Neanderthal Bull
I don't think we could've had a more beautiful early Fall day than today with our warming sun and southerly breezes. Nearly everyone I came into contact with was more than pleasant, with the exception of a stone-faced clerk in one of our County courthouse offices. After having crossed paths with her a number of times in recent years, I swear her fa … continue reading

Ultracrepidarian Voices

Ultracrepidarian Voices
Yet an even earlier day began with arriving at my office long before sunrise, and glad for it because I had additional desk work to attend to as well as getting some bills paid which recently arrived. In spite of it still being dark outdoors, I once again found it aid in focusing on the tasks before me. I've always been able to work faster and oft- … continue reading

Name Recognition Spreads

Name Recognition Spreads
Off again to work I went with me, and all the earlier it could be, just so to get my morning personal calls made before the hour of eight arrived. There are several dear ones I try to catch up with on a regular basis, and since I've been on merry-go-rounds of ups and downs, I didn't consider myself in the best of moods to visit with them, but after … continue reading