Listening to the news this morning, it sounds like I either need to get ready to visit some Munchkins or start building an Ark. It's hard to believe with the beautiful blue sky overhead that thunderstorms of Biblical proportions are supposed to hit the area tomorrow (I also love that the majority of the weather coverage is focusing on the effects at the Talladega Motor Speedway - you have to have priorities, right?).
Tomorrow is the day I look forward to all month, though. There is a writing club which meets in the morning at one local library, and my RWA chapter meets later in the day at another library. This is usually the best day of the entire month. I spend the entire day in libraries talking about writing. And it looks like stinking rain, wind, hail and weather baddies are going to keep me at home.
So what am I doing during the calm before the storm? Charging up the battery on my laptop (because you know I will lose power tomorrow; I always lose power), printing everything I might need off of the internet today, and trying to find the silver lining by rejoicing that I will have nothing to do but write tomorrow.
Oh yes, it is going to rain tomorrow. Rain words!!!