We seem to be having a monsoon, albeit with only a smattering of snow rather than rain. So mostly it's just "a wind." (2 points to your school if you got that whole mongoose/monsoon Top of the Form thing) I was going to post the YouTube of it, but it's not nearly as good as the audio on that CD.
I'm having a bit of a hard time wrapping my brain around the fact that it's already March. As Mollusc said the other day, "where did the new year go?!?" Next month we'll already be 1/4 of the way through. Zoiks!
I got my new review book 2 days ago, and it is fascinating! It's The Shakespeare Code by Virginia Fellows. I will confess that I am not a huge non-fiction reader, and I was a little dubious about taking this one, but the description made me curious. At first I wasn't even certain that it was non-fiction. And I was still highly skeptical about the assertions made by this book but decided it could be a fun read. Once it came, I found I didn't want to put it down. By about 13 pages in, I was sold. I find myself unable to stop reading bits aloud to GuTTer MuNKi, who, thankfully, finds it just as insteresting as I do (or does a good job of pretending) and claims to want to read it when I'm done. This one's getting a rave review for sure. :)
Today's Question is this: what would you do if you could pull it off? I'm not talking saving the world kind of stuff, but more mundane, trivial little things. Personally, I'd whack all my hair off like Meg Ryan's (maybe not the lawnmower cut from Kate and Leopold, but one of the short ones) or even pull a Sinead or Brittney if it was August. ^_^ And (not necessarily in conjuction with said haircut) I would buy (and wear) this. Oh and these. How about you?