I took the last two Fridays off, and I’ll be taking one more off, but will be back for the special Richard Prather Friday in two weeks (January 16). See you then.
- Update to “Some Days the Bear Wins”
- gloomy days
- Some Days the Bear Wins
- The MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories Part XIII: 2019 Annual (1881-1890) edited by David Marcum
- reading short essays: SF 71
- Poems by J. H. Prynne
- Happy Easter!
- Golden Age Detective Stories edited by Otto Penzler
- short stories: In Space No One Can Hear You Scream
- The Kaiju Preservation Society by John Scalzi
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Yes! And it better stop raining in CA.
They need it, Patti, but for your sake I hope there’s plenty of sun mixed with the showers.
El Nino has been good to us up to now, Patti, but looks like Southern California is going to be getting wet.
The weather prognosticators are saying it’ll be wet in central and southern California and drier in the Pacific Northwest. That’s not what we want to hear, even if CA needs the rain.
We woke up to single-digit temps this morning, but we’ll be in the 40s by week’s end. This is the weirdest (and warmest) Winter ever!
This morning when we got up it was above freezing for the first time in several days. No ice on our hill. Not that 38 means it’s time to get out the patio furniture.
We were 11 yesterday morning and could be at 56 on Sunday before the next cool down. As George said, this is the weirdest winter ever.
I’m not sure what you’ll get in FLA, Jeff, maybe wet there.
The forecast I’ve seen starting a week from now does indeed look wet in Florida, though not like the West Coast is getting, and cooler than normal (low 70’s), which suits us fine.
And you’re included anyway, Richard. HNY!
Thanks. But you might have been better off with my favorites of 2015, most of which are oldies.
I figure people will find that…