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It's WTF Wednesday!

Well, I missed Story Telling Tuesday so I figured I'd go with WTF Wednesday (it sounds better of you say the words instead of the letters). I really did intend to post yesterday, but in all my excitement (proud of myself for even remembering) I got sucked down the rabbit hole that was formerly my pictures file. I say formerly because I spent the better part of yesterday sorting and organizing the pictures in said file. I wasn't planning on it, but I once I got in there, I got frustrated because I couldn't find what I was looking for. Then I saw what a clusterf*ck it was and realized that I had been putting off sorting it out because I didn't want to deal with it. And I really had other shit I needed to do yesterday that I was also putting off, so what did I do? Yup. You guessed it. I decided that yesterday was the day. I sorted and organized pictures. Now when I say pictures, what I really mean is everything that I have snapped a photo of, screen shot, or saved on my phone for the past 5 years or so. I was initially just going to organize a few files, but I couldn't stand it because all the files had shit in them that didn't need to be there and needed to be somewhere else. OCD much? I didn't even realize I'd spent the whole day sorting and organizing all that shit until I finally stopped to go pee and discovered it was dark outside, and I don't mean just dark, I mean dark dark. It was almost 7:00 pm. Ya'll. My desk sits by a window and I was so engrossed in what I was doing I didn't notice it get dark! Needless to say, nothing I had planned for yesterday got done, but on the bright side, I know where all my pictures are now. So yea, that's why I didn't post yesterday.

On a totally different note, we've been under a tornado watch and flash flood warning all day. It has been raining so hard that at times that I couldn't see across the back yard. And it got up to 73 degrees today. I know that me saying that is a little confusing so let me explain. Ya'll! It got down to 18 degrees here last week! That old saying that "if you don't like the weather in Louisiana just wait ten minutes"? Yea, that's because the weather down here will give you whiplash. This is what we call the "false spring". It's those few days that we get when it's in the upper 60's low 70's that lull us into thinking that the worst of the cold is over before we get slammed with what we like to call "second winter". My problem right now is that "second winter" is usually worse than whatever was going on before "false spring", and "false spring" is a little early. I. Am. Worried. If "second winter" is worse, ya'll are going to have to dig me out from under blankets & cats, because I'm not leaving the comforts of home & kitties until "the pollening".

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