Red dust

When I woke up yesterday I looked outside to see a spectacular sunrise.

Then as I walked to the train it was almost like being in a scifi movie. There was dust all over the cars, trees had a red tinge to them and the sky had a dark Armageddon like look to it.

It was all pretty cool.

Today, our car was covered in dust, the tv had somehow become covered in red dust, as was the bookcase and some of the other furniture.

That was less cool and less fun.

So next time Sydney has a giant dust storm I think we should hold it “offsite” or only have dust blow in that lasts for a day before disappearing of its own accord.

With those minor enhancements though, this freaky weather was a cool idea – and certainly better than the giant wave of bogon moths we had a few years ago.

So thanks to the weather gods or the weather bureau or whoever is responsible for these things. It was certainly gave us a helping hand in our small talk when we wanted to talk about the weather.


About James King

I coach organisations in how to better make use of the untapped talent they have in their people and to explore new ways of understanding and solving new and old problems I live in Sydney with my wife and daughter and have no real hobbies beyond the usual boring ones of reading, writing and watching tv.
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