Wednesday, May 25, 2005

Our Stellar Weather Continues

Here's the actual Yahoo Forecast for my little corner of the globe.

Here's something from the Boston Globe today:

Psychologists say the dark weather can trigger a minor
''seasonal affective disorder" that may manifest itself in
oversleeping, (yep, got that)
irritability, (oh yeah, got that too, buttmunch)
a lack of motivation, (well, that's normal)
and general annoyance not only with the ribbons of gray in the sky but
with colleagues, fellow commuters, and family members. (yep, yep, yep and yep).

I wondered why it was getting harder and harder to get around to putting cover sheets on my TPS reports at work, turns out it's weather related. Thank God that Friday is Hawaiian shirt day.


The Complimenting Commenter said...

Great post. I hope that the rain doesn't get in the way of the fishing trip. So you can gut those catches on the cover sheets. Nice job.

Thanks for commenting on my site.

Mari said...

If I had a job I'd be a complete lunatic right now, but since I'm home I can stay inside and watch the foul weather outside and be my own pain in the ass. Is this weather EVER going to stop??

Megan said...

Hmm...I wonder what my excuse is since we've been having our usual gorgeous weather here in SoCal. I'm not even PMSing (aren't you glad I shared?!).

Your blog cracks me up. Besides, how can I resist reading it when you used one of my all time favorite words: BUTTMUNCH!

Chuck said...

Sounds like someone has a case of the Mondays!

The Other Jim said...

Ah, quit yer bitchin! Here's my forecast, and I assure you last's weeks was identical and next week's will be too:

5 Day Forecast

Today Tomorrow Sat Sun Mon

Mostly Sunny
High: 68°
Low: 53°

Partly Cloudy
High: 69°
Low: 52°

Partly Cloudy
High: 69°
Low: 50°

Partly Cloudy
High: 70°
Low: 49°

Partly Cloudy
High: 72°
Low: 50°

I mean, for frickin' sake, how many days of 70 degreeish weather can one tolerate without seeing "Sunny". All this "partly cloudy" crap has definitely hit me with that Seasonal Affect thingy.

June Gloom has come early to California's Central Coast. (But that should be good for the Pinot, right Miles?)

Loving Life in Lompoc,