2 days... Before Halloween!
I expect this kind of nonsense in Binghamton. When we used to go to University there, this was not an uncommon sort of thing. In fact, snow was not a stranger in July in that place.
But here, and for this amount of snow, well it's a little bit shocking.
|I know - oo, shocking!|
But for the fear of being called crazy, I will keep my crazy musings to myself and resist the urge to wrap presents.
Instead, I lived dangerously and stupidly by going outside to take pictures for proof. I say dangerously because as I was standing outside under the big tree, a sizeable branch snapped off and fell into the street. I was no where near it which is great, because I probably would not be writing this.
|that orange thing is a pumpkin. And it is sad.|
|a giant branch that luckily did not destroy the power lines.|
|The Doctor looks out. "Stop," he says, "stop."|
|The flowers and small trees have all been destroyed|
|Not what H1 likes to see|
|This could be winter like and not really Fall like. Where'd these berries come from.|
|Poor dead bird feeder. Luckily, no birds were harmed in the photographing of this house.|
|H1 was not not happy to see the carnage that was her garden. "Fuck the Cosmos", she says.|
|She has nothing else to say.|
Anyway, snow is falling and we're about to go make some parsad.
Life is funny like that.
Currently listening to: "I Bet That You Look Good on the Dancefloor" by Arctic Monkeys.