I woke up at 4:30 this morning from a dream where the only things I can remember are A.) the extremely good looking man my brain conjured up, and B.) the really cool necklace I was wearing. It was a gold circle on a long chain, with an amethyst on it. That description is about as handy as a trapdoor in a canoe, but hey. I haven’t had coffee yet, back off. 
I think I woke up because my brain was like **JEWELRY ALERT** and wanted to make sure I would remember it. Perhaps a DIY is in my future. 
Anyway. This morning it’s cloudy and completely windless (is that a word?) and dreary. I just took my first sip of coffee (liquid angels) and had to throw a load of laundry into the dryer right away because I forgot it in the washer yesterday. Whoops. Also, it is 70 degrees before 9 AM and we are rocking a lovely 96% humidity. Oh yes. Living around all these lakes is just AWESOME. AMAZING. Pardon me while I pack whatever will fit in a suitcase and move to Phoenix.

Though I did fall back to sleep after the 4:30 episode, I still woke up earlier than usual. With Down Under stuck in my head. And I do mean as soon as my eyes opened, DO YOU COME FROM A LAND DOWN UNDER!? was running through my head. There are worse songs to have stuck in your head, but still. 
Oh, and before I forget, I have skipped my monthly book roundup twice now. I doubt the 4 of you that read this blog noticed, but I felt like pointing it out. The reason is simple – I haven’t been reading much. I think I have a whole 2 books from the last 2 months to talk about, so I’ll keep skipping it until I have a few more to add to the list. I just am in a book rut lately. Even at Goodwill, I haven’t been finding any that look good to me. 
The sky just darkened and the wind kicked up out of nowhere, so I’m going to go ahead and assume this whole area is about to get nailed with a thunderstorm. That’s my cue. 
See you later!

3 thoughts on “On a Wednesday Morning”

  1. While we have had a fairly dry summer, we did have a good thunderstorm while family was visiting from California last month. They mentioned that they don't have thunderstorms there. I remembered that from years ago when a native Californian was visiting the South for the first time and was awaken during the night by a big thunderstorm (his first) and thought the South was under attack again.

    I also go in reading spells. I'm about to finish Sue Grafton's "W" is for Wasted and have two or three more books waiting for me before I move onto her new "X" book.

    1. My husband and I have both read all of them. Now that Sue Grafton has finished "X", she only has two more to write to complete the alphabet. That's quite an accomplishment.

      And, yes, that poor visitor was quite panicked.

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