Well is it or isn’t it?

This is the first thing I check every morning.  Short and sweet.


4 comments on “Well is it or isn’t it?

  1. Karen says:

    Now that is just cooly-cool. Not hard to figure out for our part of the country, though.

  2. Miko says:

    In Japan, because of the heavy reliance on public transport (meaning a lot of time spent outdoors walking to and from stations, etc) virtually all working people are held hostage to weather conditions. Every single person I know checks the weather reports every morning before deciding what to wear, and whether to take a brolly or not. The weather reports also inform us about pollen counts, air pollution, and Asian dust (recently a huge problem in Japan), which is convenient for people with allergies. And they even tell us about whether it’s a dry and breezy enough day to hang the laundry out, which is a thing of keen interest to me and housewives in general.

    But basically my first question of the day is “is it going to rain today?”

  3. Karen says:

    What is Asian dust? Crap blown in from China? They are polluting & poisoning at a rapid rate over there.

  4. Miko says:

    Yes, it’s called “yellow sand” over here. It blows over from the Gobi Desert, reaching as far as N. America! Sometimes I can’t hang my laundry outside because of it. Most asthmatics and allergy sufferers actively avoid going out on especially heavy days, and I’ve heard of schools being closed in Korea. Fortunately it passes by the end of Spring.

    Never had this in NZ!

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