After all these years of commenting on the weather, the parallels of weather and the stock markets hit me during the snow storm this past weekend. As I was shoveling my driveway on Sunday, it occurred to me that I enjoy the times when I get to mow my lawn in March (positive market volatility) much more than the times I have to shovel in November (negative market volatility). And hav
The weather sure did take a turn in Iowa. If you look outside, you may be fooled by mostly sunny skies. Step outside though, and below freezing temperatures and wind will tell you that winter is making an early appearance. I’m hoping it’s only a cameo and it will disappear for a while!
Fall has certainly taken a turn to the milder side in recent days. In Iowa City, trick or treaters enjoyed a fantastic night to gather their required sugar intake. Here’s hoping we have three or four more months of this before we move into Spring!
We went from sweltering summer to monsoon season in just a few short days. What a nasty welcome to September! I even had two interesting conversations with people about yard cracks. I don’t remember any of those before this week
Not sure what you can say about the weather that is bad. What a stretch of late summer we are having! And speaking of late summer, hard to imagine my younger daughter has started her last season of high school volleyball this week. Yikes!!