Saturday, March 25, 2006


Whoever actually believes that Weather Forecasting is a science obviously does not live here! It was supposed to be a horrid day today. Today dawned lovely!

Last night I brought my computer home from the office because I know that I have a very limited time to get a project finished so I decided that the best thing to do would be to set-up my PC, crank-up the coffee pot and get cracking on the project.

So, here I sit, hoping to see this rain that is supposed to be falling all day and knowing that I need motivation to actually get started on the project. The sun is shining, the birds in the back garden are singing and the sky that I can see above the row of houses across the Portsmouth road is absolutely beautiful.

Screw this - I'm outta here. I think I am going to take my bike out and ride.

I hope that wherever you are, you have more ability to stick with what needs to be done - or not... Suit yourself!

Don Bergquist - 25-March-2006 - Thames Ditton, Surrey, United Kingdom


Hyperspider said...

I am very confused, I thought weather forecasting a long costal regions was easier, since there is no topography to mess up the forecast. Unlike Denver, your other home.

Don Bergquist said...

It may be but it is still no more accurate! As I recall, the forecasts in Miami were no more accurate than they are here. The weather girl here is nicer looking though. And Oh! That Irish Brogue!