Monthly Archives: March 2022

A Pariah Attempting to Lead

A Pariah Attempting to Lead
It wasn't a bit surprising to find a light dusting of snow on the ground this morning, so our month of March ended up going out with a reminder to us all, that we're still not completely out of the grips of winter. I'm sure many of you can remember not too long ago, our having a measurable amount of snow in May which is yet a month away. We did … continue reading

Putin And His Napathalene Generals

Putin And His Napathalene Generals
In one word, I could summarize the my entire day as being in a "funk", which was due to a several things such as the gray skies with light rain, the cold, a banker not responding to me, the non-stop suffering in Ukraine, and my list goes on. Oh well, whether we want to admit it or not, nearly all of us have such days which most don't even notice we … continue reading

We Must Keep Our Country Whole

We Must Keep Our Country Whole
For Heaven's sake! When is this wind going to stop? In spite of it coming from the south today, it was still biting. As I've said before, I believe whenever the wind does an about-face in direction, it simply blows all the cold air right back on us. It's sounding like we're going to have wind and rain in the night, but so far, the major part of tha … continue reading

Price Reduction On 1125 W. State Street

Price Reduction On 1125 W. State Street
Our outside temps created another day of wearing my winter coat, so perhaps this'll be a personal record for me with having to wear it longer than normal. Considering we're only a few days away from April 1st, I'd say we've had an exceptionally cold and windy March. Pretty much my entire day was spent working with files which were supposed to cl … continue reading

He Went On To Warn The World

He Went On To Warn The World
It looks like the wind is going down with the sun, so hopefully we won't have another day of biting-cold tomorrow. I am beginning to worry about this wobbling of the jet stream, and especially if it's during our normal growing season. Can you imagine what it would do to our corn crops if we'd be having repeated cold snaps during its growing season. … continue reading

Putin’s Twisted Fat Cornered Rat Story

Putin’s Twisted Fat Cornered Rat Story
Another windy day had us bracing against the those biting gusts, and in spite of our weather forecast being in the low 30's, the windchill took it more closer to zero. I always have to laugh to myself whenever looking at what our weather is supposed to be like, because we really don't know until we check the wind velocities. Just out of curiosity, … continue reading

They Got Their Noses Bloodied

They Got Their Noses Bloodied
This near gale-force wind was an unexpected arrival which again kept me from shedding my winter coat for the season. It looks like we're going to have a few more days of what I believe are well below normal temperatures. I happened to read yesterday where the scientists studying the arctic regions have recently recorded some exceptionally high temp … continue reading

An Address of 1401 N. Washington

An Address of 1401 N. Washington
This lingering dampness and cold is starting to grow annoying, and when checking on this weekend's weather, it looks like we'll be lucky if we even get close to forty degrees both Saturday and Sunday. The longer this hangs on, the more likely we're not going to have the easing into summer, but rather the sudden happening. When I arrived at offic … continue reading

He Has Asperger Syndrome

He Has Asperger Syndrome
I'm sure many of you were staying close to home considering how cold, damp and dreary it was outside today. When I glanced outdoors this afternoon, for a brief period there were snowflakes falling. Thank goodness it was short-lived because I'm definitely not in the mood to be shoveling snow again. I spent part of my morning preparing a closing s … continue reading

Not At All In Like With Putin Right Now

Not At All In Like With Putin Right Now
It was quite the about-face with our weather today with the cold, rain and overcast skies. Didn't we just enter the official beginning of Spring yesterday? Starting today, we'll be finding the days growing longer at a more rapid pace which is why I'm already seeing tulips sprouting out of the ground. I've personally never been a fan of tulips bec … continue reading