Imbolc Waning Wild Moon
My weatherblog has been up for almost a month now at the Star-Tribune Weatherwatchers site. The weather has not been interesting. It has been either really cold or not so cold. Little snow. No storms. Some days gloomy, some days not. It taxes me metaphorically to comment. I never appreciated how difficult attending to relatively stable conditions could be. It makes the whole concept of news make a lot more sense.
I began yesterday a protracted period of study. I need to get up to speed on the Sierra Club’s issues for the blog. I have a special tour for Annie to put together, a piece on textiles and crafts. In order to learn more about the weather I’ve decided to devote the next two or three weeks to cloud research since the type of cloud helps make the blog more weather savvy.
After my wondrous sheepshead night last week, I’ve also decided to read my two sheepshead books and see if I can pick up some tips for my play. A big one: 14 trump, not 13.
On March 15th I have a presentation I’ve titled American Identity in the Time of Obama. Work to do on that one, too.