Have you ever walked out of a building not really knowing what the weather was like, to be confronted by dark, bleak, apocalyptic clouds and the strong possibility of an imminent downpour. That was the scene that greeted me this afternoon after work. I was in that much of a rush, that I left the wind jacket in the office. Still, I got home dry. We need a good, long soaking rain because water restrictions start in Sydney on 1 Oct, as the main water supply, Warragamba Dam is down to about 60% capacity and most of the country is still in the grip of a prolonged drought. The restrictions are pretty light intially. Mainly no washing of cars with hoses (in house yards/driveways, no washing hard surfaces such as paths and even houses with fixed hose, no sprinklers, and I think hosing the garden is restricted from sunset - sunrise, but I'm not sure about that one.
A blogger friend's existing URL seems to have been hijacked, or he's developing another character. Bill, my WEHO buddy, if you've started a new one can you let me know.
QEFTSG (the US version) starts on Channel 10 at 8.30 tonight. Should be fun. But you can probably learn just as much about home hints reading Jase Wells' and his friends dissertation on cooker pots.
The Sydney Morning Herald's weekly home computer liftout; Icon had an article about blogs last Saturday. There didn't seem to be anything new in the article and I hadn't heard of most of the featured blogs, but I'll check them out, briefly, to see whether anything captures my imagination.
Apart from that, things appear to be moving at their moderate, usual pace.