Today's post will be mercifully brief because as I write this Monday evening we're under a tornado/severe thunderstorm watch or warning. (Whichever one is less imminent. Except when everyone at work and every person on the radio is talking about it, what's the difference? It's as good as imminent; we're about to be blown away.) I want to quickly queue up a post in case we lose power.
Thursday: Brief one-hour respite followed by a whole new system which will bring--you guessed it--rain.
Friday: Chesapeake Bay Woman performs a swan dive off the tallest building in Mathews, which she believes might be the old Fosters Department store, and even if it isn't that's where she's going to perform this feat because it's right across from the old Sibley's General Store which is now the Visitor Center and what better way to welcome tourists to the county than to afford them the opportunity to see how
Saturday: Chesapeake Bay Woman reviews plans for an ark, preferably one with a crew of two chefs, two maids, two exterminators, and no ants. At least one of the exterminators looks like Harry Connick, Jr.
Sunday: The ark will land atop Zooms Convenience Store in Hudgins where Chesapeake Bay Woman will discover she has won the lottery and can move to Bora Bora where she'll promptly be swept away by a tsunami, because that's just her luck.
p.s. I'm no longer worried about the tornado thing as it appears to be blowing over (no pun intended), but I am very concerned about acquiring those two exterminators. If the rain doesn't do me in, the ants most certainly will.