During the past week I've spent a lot of time and energy complaining about the weather here in Homer. And here's why:
Brad and I talked pretty much every day about going home, but here's the weather forecast for Denver / Boulder / Eldorado Canyon for today -- the usual July weather:
So going home wasn't the solution either. Sigh.
To amuse myself while indoors and in my pajamas, I caught up on what my friends were blogging, and found Wordle, which is this fantastically diverting and entertaining little website, courtesy of Ryan, that made my delicious tagcloud into art:
And another scintillating version with the same color palette, but with the words oriented mostly vertically instead of mostly horizontally:
And yet another version, with a radically different orientation and font and color palette:
And another one with the same font and color, but with half vertical and half horizontal:
Fascinating, isn't it? I could go on, but I won't. You should try it for yourself now.
The good news is that the sun is shining enough for me to stop goofing around and start my summer reading. I've read a book each day this week, which is a more typical Alaska summer reading pace, and I have every intention of doing a summary of summer reading post. Just as soon as I get out of these pajamas.