Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Rain. Again? Really? Just shoot me.

I cannot believe it is raining. Again. Make that pouring. Enough already. If I wanted to live in a rainy climate, I would have moved to Seattle. At least in Seattle there's good coffee and gelato.

I wouldn't mind so much about the rain, but the sudden change in barometric pressure has brought on yet another migraine, and the pain is unbearable. It's so bad, I can't even joke about it -- or anything else.

So, sorry for the lame blog post. I'm heading back to bed, after I go throw up.

8 comments:

Betty Cracker said...

I feel your pain (about the rain, not the migraine -- wow, who knew there was so much rhyme potential?). We briefly considered building an ark last week. Hope it stops soon and that you feel better...

@ScottBradley said...

Hear you loud and clear J.

Last nights thunder and lightening escapade was nutso here in northern NJ.

I am so glad I am moving out of this state by the end of the month!

Dave S. said...

The last two weeks it has rained every day during the week, then the weekends are sunny and beautiful. As I have mentioned elsewhere, we are enjoying the lush foliage and grass before August turns everything brown.

Glad you remembered to throw up before going to bed. Reversing the order is no fun. Feel better soon!

Anonymous said...

Feel better J...I,too, am SO done with the rain. Will little league ever end??

cc from pb said...

YOU PEOPLE UP THERE IN THE NORTH DON'T KNOW FROM RAIN.

Thomas said...

...Can I hold your hair?????

J. said...

I just crawled (and I mean crawled) out of bed to check my email, because I had to get some work done, and found all these nice comments in my in box. Thank you.

So, where are you going, Scott?

And Betty thank God (or whomever) you don't get migraines, though I hear you about the rain. My godmother in Palm Beach (cc, below) has absolutely had it. Just make sure you save both boxers, ark or no ark.

Thanks for the platitude, Dave. Always appreciated. (Have definitely done the opposite, and yes, no fun.)

And Thomas, assuming you are not some perv who gets off on holding sick women's hair, that would be great. (I currently have it tied back in a scrunchy.)

I am now crawling back into bed.

EMM said...

Ugh - hope you're feeling better. I left work last week in a monsoon and my shoes filled up with water after 3 steps! It is beautiful but I agree, ENOUGH ALREADY!!!