Wednesday, May 20, 2009

The Old Switcheroo

Minnesota weather tends to change like a switch, in discrete increments, rather than turning slowly in the fashion of a potentiometer (volume knob.) On Sunday, it was warmer in Iceland than it was here. Come Tuesday, the furnaces of summer had been stoked; they quickly dispelled any lingering chill.

This means that I must change my wardrobe, while the woolens have been banished to the back closet, my floral summer print shirts are now front and center:

Middle of May. It could be worse? I suppose so.

By Professor Batty


Blogger Darien Fisher-Duke said...

Ha! Where did you find the cute dial?

Blogger Professor Batty said...

It's our dryer (with a little photoshopping.)

June 1st for the Atom Station!

Blogger Darien Fisher-Duke said...

Batty, just gotta are so weird.

Blogger KokoWorks said...

A similar (but not so drastic change) happened to us in Northern CA as well in late April, as evidenced by my laundry collection of one week - long socks, sleeves, pants gave way to shorts and t-shirts.

Blogger Professor Batty said...

Rose ~ my world is a strange and magical place.

KokoWorks ~ at least it does change, eventually.

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