INTERROBANG

Musings on life, the universe and an elephant named Flobo

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I absolutely love the rain. I love the sound of it, the smell of it and the greenish hue it casts across the world. I love the silence before the storm which is almost deafening and the anticipation of Mother Nature’s displays.

I live in the “Sunshine State” so you wouldn’t expect much in the way of rain. Well, at the moment rain seems very much a part of day-to-day life. My pool has been dangerously close to overflowing for the better half of a month and my body seems all set to get on board and sympathise with the weather.

I have found it incredibly hard to find a comfortable medium between feeling too hot and too cold. I know, I know… first world problems – aircon, fan or blanket…

I do not know if it is due to the sudden change in weather or the supposed change of season (I don’t agree to seasons starting with calendar months but whatever..) however I have come down with a head cold. They are one of the most evil things known to man (in my opinion). The constant headache from the blocked sinus sends me around the bend and quickly into a state of fatigued annoyance where even the slightest thing will drive me to wanting to commit murder. I also do not know why colds are called colds. I tend to get colds during the warmer months – don’t know if this is considered abnormal, and they do not make me feel cold. All the blood rushing around through my head and mingling with the lovely fluids gushing from my nose make me feel hot not cold. However, I suppose having the Hots just doesn’t sound as miserable as having a cold. On a brighter note, the guys I work with have been kind enough to tell me how horrid I currently look. So go to take the positives…

 

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