Jot as the Wind Blows

I reckon I can jot.
Jot jot jot.


Remember January 2019? It was work, drive, jot, sleep.
And so was January 2018.
And there’s just one more day of jotting. I need to rustle up a door… Can I though? Can I?

That cold came. It’s cold. It’s zero. The wind is bitey. There’s a delay at school tomorrow, which I fail to understand, as when they go, it will be a whopping one degree instead of negative three degrees… not sure it’s worth the fuss.

Fuss. That’s what I’ll do if I jot any further. I shall go lie down now.

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30 Responses to Jot as the Wind Blows

  1. loisajay says:

    Zero and bitey wind. I don’t know how you do it.

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  2. Jewels says:

    I’ve never understood that later start thing. Our schools have been closed since Monday due to our – 50 to -60 windchills here. Even the Post Office was closed today, that’s unheard of yo. Stay warm there with your 1 degree, Joey! 😉

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  3. LindaGHill says:

    It’s about the same degrees here. Much better than the -40 we get sometimes. I’ll take the 0F/-17C.

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  4. Frigid here, too. Right now-15 and -34 (with wind chill), but it was much colder than that this morning. Tomorrow will be below zero, too. Keep warm and safe!!


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  5. Bill says:

    I tried to find door pics for you, but I failed. I know I have some cuz I took some in Savanah. Sorry, Joey. Have a good one, doors or not.

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  6. JoAnna says:

    I’d be tempted to stay home. It’s hibernation time.

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  7. darsword says:

    Most of the years I’ve lived here, our winter temps go from 32 in the day to minus something at night. This year I’m beginning to think winter played a trick on us. Very few snow days, very mild temps. I hope it doesn’t decide to do a late one now that it has hit you guys. Please stay safe and warm.

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  8. Climate change: lack of a strong jet stream, due to warming of tropical waters, is letting the arctic air come lower. I just hope it’s reversible.

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  9. markbialczak says:

    Yes, Joey, very cold is very cold.

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  10. Benson says:

    You’ll find a door. I have faith. Of course if it means an extra trip out then stay in. Doors handle the cold better than people.

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  11. Dan Antion says:

    Hmmm, Joey thinks “what the fuss?” Or something like that. Tomorrow is February, and we are adding daylight to each and every day!

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  12. The delay makes no sense, other than to screw up the schedules of working parents. Out west, unless there is a blizzard, they go to school. Lot’s of clear sunny days that are below zero.

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    • joey says:

      Right? It really does jack things up. There’s a rant in there, but I must restrain myself, cause who knows who reads this.
      As for temps — It’s so relative. I’m not a fan of wee ones outside in dramatically, dangerously cold weather, but otherwise? Pffft. The issue, The Mister says, is diesel engines on buses. Which does NOT explain why a delay is better when it’s colder two hours later. Derrr.

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  13. JT Twissel says:

    I imagine it takes awhile to heat up the classrooms when the weather gets that cold.

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  14. Amy says:

    Last week we had early releases for snows that didn’t happen and then a 2 hr delay so the weather could warm up from 12 F to a toasty 20 F

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