OK, I promise not to bore you anymore with pictures of our snowfall, but for us it’s a big deal. The Sonoran Desert hardly ever sees this kind of storm. This is the last one, I promise!!!!
This shot is one of the peaks in the Catalina mountains taken this morning (my favorite range because of their granite characteristics). The highest peak is Mt. Lemmon, stately rising to 9,157 feet. No, I wasn’t climbing it, silly … I used a zoom lens. I’ll probably save mountain climbing for another lifetime – LOL! Namaste’
The east coast of the U.S. is under siege from hurricane Sandy. Please say a prayer and send your highest light and love to all those living in that area. Many are evacuated as this crazy storm comes ashore. Some will be homeless and many may be without the basics, including electricity and water for weeks to come. God bless them all.
Today’s photo is of the moon last night with some obvious Halloween embellishments. Namaste’
I think our heat wave has subsided – at least for a while. Yesterday we were under 100 and right now it’s raining in the desert again. I just love it! Hubby pulled the car out of the garage to get the “mother nature” car wash.
But this morning before it all started I spotted this view from the back yard. Storm clouds brewing. The light was rather strange though … not our typical morning light, even with clouds. If you look closely at the top of the cloud, you can make out a clown face. Clowns scare me!!! Namaste’
I’ve always had my head in the clouds. Ever since I was a kid growing up in Kansas, I would watch the sky in the summertime and loved to see the big storm clouds roll in. My Grandpa and I would sit on the front porch swing and name the things we saw in the clouds. We had such a good time doing that.
Then one summer in 1959 a tornado came through our lovely little town and tore my grandparents’ house all to pieces. They were so lucky to make it to the basement before the roof was torn off and the rain came in and ruined anything that was left. The porch swing Grandpa and I would swing on was found two blocks away on top of the Liberty Theater. I remember my grandmother being totally terrorized by that storm. So now I watch the clouds and when I see dark ones like this, I remember that time. I’m still grateful that no lives were lost. I was lucky to have both of my grandparents well into their 80’s.
These clouds gathered around here and looked rather menacing but didn’t product much rain at all. At this point though, we’ll take every drop we can get. Namaste’
Today’s photo came upon me as I was walking back to my car. I noticed I had parked in a long row of SUV’s and waaaaaaaaay down at the end was one lone pick-up truck. Had to get a picture of that. Does anybody have a passenger car anymore? What do you have?
The second photo is of the storm we had last night, which produced NO RAIN at our house but as you can see in the distance, there was a wall of water dropping northeast of us. Hope you are all staying cool. Namaste.
Happy Independence Day to all of you beautiful people!
Independence Day, the commemoration of America’s independence of the British Crown on July 4, 1776, has somehow gravitated to wishing others a Happy 4th of July. What’s up with that? I don’t understand. That’s like saying Happy 31st of May instead of Happy Memorial Day. Our forefathers fought hard and a lot of lives were lost so that we could be a free country. FREE = INDEPENDENCE. So I say to you … Happy Independence Day and may God continue to bless us all.
One of my fellow bloggers wrote a great post for today and I’d like to share it with you: WE THE PEOPLE.
The photos are of today … first one of our flag and subsequent ones as the summer storm hit and flooded our back yard. Yee Haw! Lots of lightning, thunder and rain … glorious rain! I was so excited to see our parched desert get a gigantic drink of water. Namaste’