AG: Seasons changing?
Joy Beeson wrote in
On Monday morning I washed my do-rag, then hung it to dry on a lamp
instead of on my brake cable, because I meant to put it away for the
On Monday afternoon, when I needed to pick up my pills at the
supermarket, I started to tie on my sheer linen scarf -- then threw it
onto the shelf and went back into the house to take the do-rag off the
After Thursday's quarter century, I hung it to dry on the brake cable.
Weather Underground says I'll need it for at least another week.
Today's ride was almost too cool for a sheer linen jersey. Didn't
want the scarf, and I did sweat some.
There are four half-baked or embryonic posts in the buffer. Perhaps
I'll finish one by next week.
Around here it's two-season cycling: 5 Celsius on the way to work, 28 on
the way home. I wear long sleeves and full but light-weight gloves in the
morning, and short sleeves and fingerless gloves in the afternoon. As
autumn degenerates into early winter, I will have to wear trousers in the
morning, shorts in the afternoon. I don't do "do-rags."
They calls 'em tights, but they ain't:
SIT MIHI GLADIUS SICUT SANCTO MARTINO
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