Monday morning, I told Kay, "I hear rain." Sure enough, when I retrieved the newspaper I notice that it was sprinkling. Kay checked the radar and told me more was on the way. Boy, was she right.
About halfway through breakfast, I commented on how it had gotten darker outside so quickly. Then the rain started coming down more heavily. And, about the time I was going to comment again, a bolt of lightning lit up the sky, followed in four or five seconds by a thunderclap. The lights went out, then came back on. Our Internet service and TV programs took a few moments to revert to normal. I started searching with my iPhone for tornado warnings. But there were none in our area.
But that's only half the story. By noon, the sun was shining brightly. We've all heard the saying about Texas weather. You know--if you don't like it just wait a minute for it to change. Well, Monday was like that.
How was your day Monday? Or would you rather not talk about it. (I know I wouldn't).
Tweet with a single click. "How did your Monday go...or would you rather not talk about it?" Click here to tweet.
PS--Gail T. was chosen to receive the copy of Medical Judgement.