Fog yesterday, fog today. Rare.
Why the fog? The reason given is that when moist air travels over warm water, it creates condensation which is brought onto the land by the wind.
One problem. There is no wind this morning. Absolutely none. My palm trees move not at all. The pool is like a mirror.
The fog this morning is thicker than yesterday. I can barely see the MTV house across the way.
I spent all day yesterday writing.
Last night was my blog talk radio show at 9. I was not surprised that the 3 teenage girls fleeing to Syria story was best received. Young ladies going over to ISIS to marry a jihadist and make babies has to be scary to all parents.
This week’s KONK Life hit the stands yesterday. My column consisted of my thoughts as to why young ladies find ISIS life attractive. Read it, if you can.
If KONK Life is not available to you, the column will appear starting this evening on Key West Lou. A top row description reads Key West Lou KONK Life Column. Click on it.
I have a new toy. ESPN streaming. Also known as ESPN 3.
Syracuse is not going anywhere this season basketball wise. The major networks have abandoned us. No one carries the games. We are relegated to ESPN streaming.
The Notre Dame game last night was the second Syracuse game in a row I have watched on my computer screen. Love it! Full screen. Clear and distinct. And for some reason, it appears I am closer to the game/action.
Syracuse not ranked. Notre Dame #9 in the country. Syracuse won 65-60.
My radio show interfered with my viewing. I was able to catch most of the first half. Then I had to stop to do the show. When I returned, there were six minutes left.
Worked for me.
Syracuse plays Duke saturday night. Duke is ranked #4. We are finishing the season against the big guys!
I received my royalty check and numbers for the last six months of 2013 yesterday. All of a sudden, the book is big in Canada. I do not know why. However, I am thrilled.
The World Upside Down is available on amazon.com and barnesand noble.com.
One of Key West’s most notable authors was Tennessee Williams. He resided on Duncan Street for roughly 40 years. He died on this date in 1983 in New York City.
Enjoy your day!