The weather isn't predictable. But then again, I'm not a meteorologist. I'm not saying that the weather would be easier to predict if I were a meteorologist. Perhaps the weather would be easier to predict if I were a meteorologist. Perhaps the weather would be harder to predict if I were a meteorologist. Science isn't really my strong point. There is so much random events that could cause weather patterns to stray from the predicted course. You're praying that the wind blows the right way. You pray that rain won't fall early. You pray the rain won't fall at all. Perhaps it won't rain anywhere. Perhaps the rain will fall everywhere. Wouldn't it be cool if the rain fell everywhere. It's not raining right now so I won't need my umbrella. Perhaps I'll need my umbrella some other time.
And as I'm lost in thought in the Springtime as I remember that Summer is coming, here are some photos of the following individuals.
It might rain tonight. It already rained for roughly an hour earlier today. And rain could always return. The problem is that it's difficult to predict when the rain will arrive. You could predict and pray that the prediction is correct. But the wind could blow the wrong way on a whim. The cloud could wait a bit longer before releasing rain upon the land on a whim. And there's nothing that could be done about such a thing. There is nothing humanity could do about forces of nature. Yeah, there were predictions of a machine that could control the weather. However, nobody ever figured out how to get such a thing built. Nobody figured out how to get such a thing started. So the Gentle Reader and I shall continue to predict the weather. And who knows? Perhaps someday, the weather prediction could prove to be a correct prediction.
And as I'm lost in thought while remembering that Summer is coming in the Springtime, here are some photos of the following individuals.
Chloe and Halle Bailey
Heather Kemesky and Janiece Altagracia Dilone aka Dilone