#WeekendCoffeeShare: WTFNovember Edition


If we were having coffee, I’d ask you how the election went.  Well, actually, I’d just look outside and see if the sky was raining fire, and check to see if I was wearing clothing or sackcloth, and that would answer the question for me.  Because apparently when I went to bed last night I slept for seven months.  It was gorgeous outside yesterday, or at least it was until the cold front blew through.  Now it’s 40 goddamn degrees outside.  I bought shorts this week and it’s 40 degrees outside.

Gotta love Indiana.

We– yes, we— have a bridal shower to attend in Illinois tomorrow, so we’re going to be out of touch all day.  I may post some fiction; I have a story in mind that I wrote in a single burst a couple of months ago and put aside thinking “try to sell this to someone.”   I never did, so I may as well give it to you guys.  Hopefully it’s warmer in Illinois; we’ll see.

Let’s see.  Anything else?  It’s been a pretty quiet week, actually, other than the job interview on Monday.  I’d kvetch about that some more but I already did it and I’m leery of jinxing myself at this point.  I should know in a few days.  We’ll worry about it after that.

Have you seen Captain America: Civil War yet?  If not, what the hell are you waiting for?  No more coffee for you until you’ve seen that movie.  It’s awesome.

Hmm.  Yeah.  That’s what I’ve got.  Let’s listen to Prince again for a while.  Let’s Go Crazy has been running through my head for a couple of days; there are worse ways to spend a cold Saturday morning than listening to good music.

5 thoughts on “#WeekendCoffeeShare: WTFNovember Edition

  1. Thanks for the coffee. I’m wondering about our weather in Ohio, too. Yesterday I was too warm in jeans, today I’m freezing in capris. Tomorrow is anyone’s crap shoot: parka or bikini, could be either. Hope your curmudgeonly self can find some happiness during the weekend. 🙂


  2. Captain America: Civil War was SO GOOD! I loved how none of the Avengers was villainized – the way the story was written, it was easy to sympathize with where each character was coming from.


  3. Sorry to report, at least from the Chicago front, that it’s cold, windy, and most definitely very un-May like. Might want to bring some thermals for that bridal shower. Listening to Prince is a good recommendation while I’m downing the java and hunting out the wooly socks. Captain America is on the plan list so hands off my coffee. Wishing you a great weekend.


  4. It was 87 here yesterday. I had to dig out some shorts in the closet. The weather is crazy. It hails one day and then cooks you the next day.


  5. It was cold today here in eastern New Mexico, too.

    I can’t hear “Let’s Go Crazy” without thinking of the urban fantasy novel War for the Oaks. (Some of the major characters are in a band.)


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