Five-Hundred Word Challenge 619: Stuff About Rain, Stuff About Walking

It’s cold, but for the first time in a few days it appears as though the sun has come out. I can’t tell from the angle at which I sit, nor from looking out my window of my bedroom as there is a fence and another house in the way, but thankfully that doesn’t prevent some light getting into the bedroom. It only prevents some light from getting in; just enough to mean that there are a number of times in which I have to use the bedroom light for illumination.

When I say a number, it’s not overly frequent. Just a bit earlier in the afternoon than I’d like, as well as sometimes in the morning.

Anyway, it appears as though the sun is out – though I’m not really able to tell – and I’m not sure as to whether this is currently a good thing or a bad thing.

On one hand, a bit of sun is good. On the other, we need more rain.

It’s still a rather uncertain time and the weather forecast is predicting a fair bit of heat coming our way over the week, which most certainly is something I don’t think anyone currently is looking forward to. Hopefully it does not come to be, but of course only time will tell as to whether we do get a bunch of hot temperatures coming our way.

At the moment the weather holding out is good for me as soon I will be making my way to work in order to do the thing. It’s going to be a walking day. There needs to be more walking, but as it’s not safe to go into the bush at the present moment, toward a railway station is the best I can do. Free exercise, so to speak.

Of course I will need to make sure I’m armed with the camera so I can get any shots that seem to be appealing, but otherwise it will be a walk of listening to music in order to write about music, and there will be steps taken in a particular order in order to ensure the direction of forward is maintained and achieved.

I hope that the weather holds for as long as I’m walking and then goes back to being wet and… well, rainy. This is one of those times when rain is loved by some and and hated by others for various reasons that show that perhaps Australia is not the best place to live if you want certain kinds of weather patterns to happen with certain regularity.

Hopefully the rain’s provided relief for the animals. Hopefully it’s also provided relief for a lot of people out there.

If it does rain during my walk, then I can only hope that it is not whilst the camera is out and that I’m in the mood to enjoy it despite the likelihood of my apparel acquiring saturated qualities increasing rather than decreasing. If not, then I’d not be joyous.

The time it took to write five-hundred words: 08:26:39

Sometimes I wonder if these are worth continuing.

Often I’m not sure of the quality, but I imagine that if I looked over everything I’ve written, there would be some sort of measurable improvement.

This is kind of small and big at the same time. It probably needed a bit more focus, but otherwise I think the result is okay.

Written at home.

About Stupidity Hole

I'm some guy that does stuff. Hoping to one day fill the internet with enough insane ramblings to impress a cannibal rat ship. I do more than I probably should. I have a page called MS Paint Masterpieces that you may be interested in checking out. I also co-run Culture Eater, an online zine for covering the arts among other things. We're on Patreon!
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