Written on the fly ….
It’s so hot that …
… I saw Satan drinking a frozen latte. ~ author unknown
Has anyone else ever put ice cubes into their washing machine? Can you believe that it gets so hot here that tap water can’t get cold? It’s lukewarm at its coolest. I don’t get the opportunity to choose to wash clothes in cold water. Oh sure, I can choose the cold setting, but there will be no cold water pouring out of the spout. I’ve actually put ice into my washing machine to help cool down the water at least a little. Thank God for my refrigerator’s ice machine. Continue reading “It’s so hot that …”
A Child’s View of Thunderstorms
Here is a cute little message I got in my email. I figured it fit with my theme of thunderstorms over my last few postings.
A little girl walked to and from school daily. Though the weather that morning was questionable and clouds were forming, she made her daily trek to school. As the afternoon progressed, the winds whipped up, along with lightning. Continue reading “A Child’s View of Thunderstorms”
Another Day in the Rainy Season
written by Lori (L. Virelli)
Morning blurs through foggy moisture
on household windows
drip, dripping down the glass,
its chalky streaks left behind. Continue reading “Another Day in the Rainy Season”
A Day in the Rainy Season
by Lori (L. Virelli)
Morning explodes with a golden sunrise,
that burns from the blue heavens.
Humidity inevitably fills the air.
Slowly, thickening cotton formations cover the sky.
Before dusk, the white clouds gradually turn grey, and eventually black.
Electrifying streaks flash across the sky. Continue reading “A Day in the Rainy Season”
I was going to post on Mondays and Fridays, but I might sneak one in here and there. This time I wanted to share the update that Debbie has left the building … or rather … the state. Buh Bye.
Everything is fine in our neck of the woods, but hurricane season has only just begun. Continue reading “Debby’s Done”