Something “philosophical” occurred to me this weekend, as I left Food & Water Watch early, at 1pm, as per the federal government’s orders. As technologically advanced as we are, as “advanced” as our society is, we still don’t stand a chance against Mother Nature. I know, this isn’t revolutionary as far as new “thoughts” go, but, in a sense, it is. Because we always think we can out-think nature, but when it comes down to it, we have to work with her, not against her.
In this case, here in the Washington, D.C. area, we don’t stand a chance against the monster snow storm that is upon us. Snowpoclypse. Snowmageddon. SnOMG. SnOMGasm. Etc.
Also, sometimes, you want to eat things that aren’t local. Today, I was craving tomato soup, but tomatoes are grown in the warm weather. And we don’t have warm weather right now. And the only time I want tomato soup is in the cold weather. So, a predicament, which I will explore more tomorrow.
Anyhow, this is going to end for now. Tomorrow, I will elaborate upon my musings. Because, let’s be real. It’s snowing, and we should enjoy that.