It'd be a combination of a new dust storm coming in from the dry dry west of the country, plus these strong winds would be whipping up all the red dust still laying about after Wednesday's effort. Two in one week is some sort of record for this part of the country, certainly.
I don't even want to think about what colour my whites left on the washing line will look like in the morning!
The plus side is - thankfully, orange is my favourite colour! Muwahahahaaaa.
Such is life. Just as well I didn't spend a few hours hosing and washing everything down the other day, as I'd just have to do it all over again this weekend. D'OH!
Oh... why am I up and about at 2.30 in the morning? IBS... bloody IBS. Fingers crossed the worst of it will have passed [no pun intended] by the time I'm supposed to see the boys in 7-1/2 hours time...
So, here I am, wide awake, about seven paces from the loo, just in case, online [for want of something else to do]. I'm listening to a desk tape 'bootleg' recording of a Pink Floyd live concert from November 1974... a live rendition of 'Dark Side of the Moon'. Sensational.
Typical of me and my diverse and eclectic musicality... earlier yesterday arvo I was listening to John Wesley Harding' roaming country characters! Go figure!
The catch-22 of it all is... everytime I listen to something, I'm somehow 'inspired' [wrong word] to write new songs/themes/concepts... somedays I can't keep up with how my bloody mind works in overdrive sometimes. Just how many of 'em are actually any good is beyond comprehension, unfortunately... just the frustration of not having a co-collaborator.
Peas be with ewe
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