How to watch a thunderstorm

From my pre-follower days. Be careful out there, folks.

Drinking Tips for Teens

Be prepared. That means incessantly checking the weather website to see if that yellow “THUNDERSTORM WATCH” has been upgraded to the panicky red of “THUNDERSTORM WARNING.” Announce to anyone within earshot, “They’re getting blasted in Brome!”

Don’t close your windows. Not yet. You have to wait for that. Wait until the wind rushes in, billowing the curtains like in a haunted house or a Stevie Nicks music video. Only when the rain starts blasting through the screen should you shut the windows. But that’s not yet.

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I'm Canadian so I pronounce it "Aboot." No, I don't! I don't know any Canadian who says "aboot." Damnable lies! But I do know this Canadian is all about humour (with a U) and satire. Come by. I don't bite, or as we Canadians say, "beet."
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7 Responses to How to watch a thunderstorm

  1. Perfect. I love a good storm. You totally captured the anticipation and excitement. I also always wish for crazy things like lightning strikes with no injuries/property damage, or a power outage that lasts long enough to be fun, but not so long that we’re on the news because we haven’t had power for 4 days and other people feel sorry for us. Just little previews of mother nature’s ferocity, but never the whole enchilada. Haha

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  3. sheenmeem says:

    You described it perfectly.

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