I'm not near done because, with classes cancelled tomorrow, I can use it as an excuse to pick up groceries and supper and come home still early enough to see the sun cause a snow rainbow at 5:06 p,m. I took this picture from the window of my Jeep just before I turned onto our road. How rare to see a partial rainbow here in the dying light of a snow day; rarer still on a snow day where there was no snow predicted at all. With all our science, with all our computers, we still can't predict snow 12 hours ahead.
And I'm not near done because I want, frankly, all the global warming fanatics to reap the whirlwind. I've heard it up to my ears with global warming causing unstable weather patterns and cold days instead of hot ones, and I'm flabbergasted every time I hear that we've only got
20, 10, 5 years left before global warming climate change caused by industrial pollution cow flatulence ruins the planet. Guess what; the Arctic still has an ice cap and Polar Bears are not yet extinct. I haven't yet had the July Kansas sun cause blisters on my arms, but I'm pretty sure if I stuck my hand out the door for 10 minutes right now, I'd be pecking at the keyboard tomorrow with fists instead of fingers. Tell you what, how about an experiment? Let's all take off our clothes this May and live outside in the back yard for a year and see whether we die of heat or hypothermia first?
Ewwww...strike that thought. That mental image is not a pretty Kansas picture like the ones above. How about we all just live and let live, turn down our thermostats and our emotions right now to save respectively a little energy for our neighbors and a little angst for ourselves, and just calm down and enjoy the sunset for awhile?