I had a decent day at work, but it felt weird...the day just felt like it dragged on and on with seemingly no end. It was almost like time stood still. It wasn't for the lack of doing things or anything, it just felt funny like that.
I did have a Big Mac today, and it was pretty good, much better than I expected.
And now I have to try and deal with heat and humidity where I am. At least I don't expect, yet, to experience what's been happening in OK over the past couple of days. If you're in Iowa or an area like that (such as Christina is), I'd def. advise caution and keeping alert. Here, it's also supposed to storm, but nothing really severe is expected.
Sandy should be relatively safe now, since her area isn't currently under any severe weather watches, advisories, or warnings. Susie is also in a much safer position than she was in yesterday. And as for Caryn, since she has a flight back to Indy tomorrow night, there has been a change. Thunderstorms are now likely for Tuesday night and also during the day. So I'd plan for possible delays, not so much for the storms themselves, but their side-effects (microbursts mostly as far as landing).
But other than it raining, I'm looking forward to Friday and the weekend where it's supposed to be in the 60s and sunny. Perfect for at least watching the Monaco Grand Prix (on TV, of course--I damn sure don't have the money to fly and spend a weekend in Monte Carlo!) and working on fan fic.
And for tonight, I have some more of James May and his Man Lab to watch on BBC America. The description that DirecTV gave me was "relearning vital skills". I wonder what vital skill that James has to teach us this week. At least the one where he "escaped" from prison and had to navigate with a compass and a map was useful info.
But other than that, I'll be on the lookout for thunderstorms in my area tonight. I don't mind thunderstorms and actually like watching them at night, as long as they're not too close or too destructive.
I'll be back later