Super Shrove Tuesday
I feel pretty yuck today. The weekend in Charleston was excellent, a right laugh but the travelling to and from was bad, very bad. I arrived down in South Carolina 7 hours late on Thursday night due to snow in Chicago and then yesterday it took me 13 hours to get home because of the weather in, yep you guessed it Chicago. The worse fog
for many years hung over the city all afternoon after a snowstorm in the morning forcing the closure of its two airports and after getting to Charlotte, which is about 200 miles north west of Charleston, I then spent all afternoon and evening at the airport there, finally departing at just before midnight. I hit my pillow last night at around 2am, just after I set my alarm for 6. Hello man flu.
The good thing is I don't have to get back on a plane until, oh Thursday morning. I fly to Toronto to host a plant tour of one of my clients. The factory is about a two and a half hour drive east along Lake Ontario. In the meantime Chicago is expected to see its biggest snowfall of the winter tonight, around 14 inches
Anyway enough of that. Today in some more familiar parts of the world it is Pancake Day or Shrove Tuesday
but not to be outdone it is Super Tuesday
in America, with 24 states holding either election primaries or caucuses today. So I'm off home now to eat a hot plate of chili to blow my man flu away and watch the television
as it unravels.