Getting ready for a trip out of town. It’s supposed to rain as much as ten inches in the next three days because of a tropical weather system.
That’s making for additional preparations. Should I take umbrellas, rain ponchos? A towel to dry off our two mutts that always travel with us? All of these will be likely be taken.
A new pet barrier was installed between the two front seats in the car. Our dogs are too big to be lap dogs while driving. Maggie will probably still poke her nose behind it–as she tends to get bored easily.
Hoping the rain slacks off as we head northward. Some cooler weather, would also be nice.
This was the case, again today–to the accompaniment of howling wind. An encore presentation from two years ago.
A single raindrop
On a rainy day
–Image, D. Williams, http://www.wkrg.com/–
In morning rain
–Kristina Plaas, http://www.gsmnp.com/
it’s a little spooky in here. I can see lightning flashes and hear rumbles of thunder. Should I ride it out or go run and hide?
I’m purging my idea files–to make the bigger ones smaller and the smaller ones bigger. Does that make any sense? The file doesn’t want to be disturbed.
That one looks interesting–“Live a Little, Love a Little.” It’s stacked on top of a dusty pile of miscellaneous musings. More material to feed the fires of the latest “smarmy fest.”
I get crazy ideas and try them out on readers. Not that readers are guinea pigs; not for attention, but rather for variety, in hopes they will be liked.
It’s not without risk. I’ll never be seen on the Jumbo Tron at Yankee Stadium–I’m OK with it. Sometimes it’s the shortest distance to make a point. Sometimes I go too far.
Lightning is striking all around me. So far–there’s no rain.
Above surf, sand, beach grass
A blue hole to the heavens
Rain fringed horizon