Me: "Texas! What are you doing? It's supposed to be spring."
Texas: "I'm just putting all of winter in one week, don't you understand, I'm trying to make you suffer less!"
Me: "It's not working. The roads are terrible. If you don't melt all this snow, I won't be able to get where I need to go."
Texas: "I do what I want."
Me: "Pretty please?"
Texas: "I'm disinclined to acquiesce to your request; and the physical appearance of the please does nothing to sway me."
Me: "Oh come on! I have things to do and places to be."
Texas: "Too bad, you'll just have to wait until I clear up the roads."
Me: "And when will that be?"
Me: "You hesitated."
Texas: "Aren't you happy that you might not have to go to your school co-op today?"
Me: "That would be a bonus, but, you still have not answered my question."
Texas: "You know, they got a whole lot more snow down where you need to be than there is here. Oh, and by the way, I let the sun come out after a week of clouds."
Me: "Well, I'm glad for the sun, but when are the roads going to be clear?"
Texas: "We'll see, later. I bet all the public-schoolers are enjoying all the snow days I'm giving them."
Me: "Yeah, but homeschoolers don't get snow days."
Texas: "Too bad. But, if you don't go to your school meet, that means you get a snow day."
Me: "Not necessarily. I still have some work to do.Why is it, that every time we put away our snow clothes, and everything else melts, it snows again?"
Texas: "Murphy's law, people. Good grief."
|And here we see an interesting phenomenon|
Although the snow and ice has been very pretty this year, I'm ready for spring, or, more specifically, summer. What about y'all?
Na lû e-govaned vîn
(until next we meet)