Staying Inside

2009-07-03 16:57:34.000 – Mike Finnegan,  IT Observer

“And we’re back in the fog.” This has been said quite a bit today, which in a way is a good sign. To be back in the fog is to imply there was a break from the fog. Besides that, there hasn’t been a drop of precipitation today. At this point, a day with sunshine and no rain may as well be a success. In a few hours, this fog may light up with the approach of a band of lightning. Talking with Ryan today, he saw continuous lightning over Maine last night, in the scope of 30 flashes a minute! Too bad it wasn’t a bit clearer so he could get a picture.

There’s not a lot that will keep me from going outside, but lightning is definitely one of those things. With that in mind, I’ll have to do something inside. Dennis, last summer’s teacher extern, is this week’s volunteer so it will be nice to visit with him again. He has already made his renowned homemade bagels and some awesome pizza! Chances are good I will sit down with the guitar or harmonica at some time tonight and play away for a time. Of course, there are always books to read or things to write. My good friend, Nich, just lent me a book called Zen Guitar. It is an interesting read and as one might expect, more a book on life than on how to learn to play the guitar. Sometimes it is nice to just sit around and watch a movie and with Ryan having a subscription to NetFlix, there are certainly plenty of new movies to choose from. In any case, there is plenty to do up here inside as well.


Mike Finnegan,  IT Observer

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