So last night I started something that is going to be hard to stop, LOST. I am a huge fan, and it was decided last night to pop in the DVD from season one in preparation of the final season coming in early 2010 on ABC. The show is so amazing and so horrible at the same time. While watching it you sit there on the edge of your seat while Jack, Kate, Sayid, and the other 47 original survivors try to cope with life after crashing on the island. You sit in complete silence and bogglization of the mind. Then when the commercial comes on, you are like, WHAT THE HECK IS GOING ON!?!?! You complain about how lost you are and how you have five new questions since the last commercial break and how you hate the show because you have no idea what is going on. Then as soon as the commercial ends, you wave your hands and yell at everyone to shut up because its back on. The cycle will continue forever; its a complete and definite love-hate relationship.
So an update on the flurries heading our way. We are tracking a few light rain showers moving in from Indiana currently. We could see a few light showers early on Thanksgiving, but the afternoon should dry up a bit, then a few flurries possible as we head into the evening tomorrow night. The flurries might mix with a few rain drops on Friday, but if you are heading out Friday morning, bundle up for wind chills that feel like the upper teens at times. If you aren't a fan of snow, don't worry, there will not be enough flurries of snow to really cause too many problems; it should be melting away just about as fast as it falls.
30 days left!!
Andrew Buck Michael
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