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Friday, March 02, 2007

Sewmouse and the Blustery Night

Well, as the saying goes, March has come in like a rabid wildebeast. It was massively windy last night. Still blustering today as well. While this is good in a "The weather is finally acting normal again for a bit" kind of way, it makes sleeping difficult because the neighbor has an exhaust hood - thingy - on his roof that rotates like a tazmanian devil on crack, and the windows all rattle because they go <---> instead of up and down.

And it's cold in here! Seriously, if the appliances and health will ever let me get ahead a bit, I do need to get the AC fixed and probably get the entire house HVAC system balanced properly.

Right now, however, I am going in search of toast and coffee. Have a good day.

709 days

4 Comments:

  • At 8:28 AM, Blogger BBC said…

    It's been frosting here every morning for about a week, and only getting to about 40 during the day, so I haven't been working on the camper until it gets a bit warmer for the spray foam to cure better.

    I guess I could put a heater in the camper but there is no big hurry right now.

    My place is nice and warm, but I made it. And quite, but again, I made it. Gotta love a foam cell ceiling for helping keep things quite.

    Hang in there toots. :-)

     
  • At 5:42 PM, Blogger Peacechick Mary said…

    Wish it were the winds of real change, but we'll take the winds bringing springlike weather. It should be around the corner.

     
  • At 10:13 PM, Blogger The Future Was Yesterday said…

    "In like a Lion, out like a lamb." I'm a Michigan escapee.:) When that March wind gets whipping around, it's near impossible to keep it all out. Pile on the layers, and keep the faith. Spring does come, up there!!

     
  • At 6:57 PM, Blogger Kvatch said…

    Here in Babylon by the Bay, the days are starting to lengthen and with it the temperatures are rising--good weather ahead, I think. Well, at least until "the Foggy Season" starts.

     

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