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Saturday, May 06, 2006

Just another day in the neighborhood

Not only did I wake up at 5:55 a.m., but I've spent the last hour and a half sitting in an eerily silent and dark house listening to the wind and the rain in the trees and the occasional sorrowful train whistle blowing in the distance while the cats took turns laying next to me.

I was actually in the middle of a post when the power went out. The storm must have been really bad somewhere else because it's not been an end of the world storm here, just the odd roll of soft thunder and a flicker or two of lightning with strong gusts of wind. I sat next to the window and did a bit of reading by the overcast light from outside. It was very appropriate atmosphere for the part in Abhorsen where Lirael and company face Chlorr. It was also refreshingly peaceful.

As for the post I was working on when things got peaceful . . . This September: Original Unaltered Trilogy on DVD . . . Finally! Those of us who made Stars Wars what it is are getting the movies we watched and loved (and hated) instead of that special effects dreck that's been foisted off on us. I am so looking forward to making the Kessel run in under 12 parsecs again!


Blogger Karen said...

Late afternoon thunderstorms are great - when we have thunderstorms here, they are usually over within 15 minutes. I remember a couple of real doozies in Chicago though, where I really thought the world was coming to an end :-)

1:15 AM, May 07, 2006  
Blogger Roseunicorn said...

I have always loved thunderstorms even when they scared the bejeebers out of me.

I remember north texas lighting storms where the lighting streaked to the ground.

I remember loud booms and my parents telling me that the angels were bowling.

I remember 2 tv's that didn't make it through the storm - one wouldn't turn on and one wouldn't turn off after a couple of storms.

so where are you kiddo??

9:33 PM, May 07, 2006  
Blogger Seitherin said...

What do you mean, "Where am I?" I'm at home.

10:26 PM, May 08, 2006  

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