A song I learned in the Brownies (mini Girl Scouts) was:
Make new friends, but keep the old, one is silver and the other gold.
My old friend met one of my new friends this weekend. They seemed to take to each other. She would ask about him and he would serenade her.
Fred hangs out on my window to watch the sunrise. He likes to sing to me, especially when it rains.
I grabbed my camera and headed out for a walk tonight. My legs had a nice hill workout and my arms were lifting weights. As the sun was setting I felt like I was chasing the sun around the neighborhood. Hurricane clouds are so very cool. There are layers of clouds all moving at different speeds and sometimes different directions. I tried to take a video with my phone, but the speed of the lower clouds was still hard to appreciate.
My PSA for the week: It is always good to be prepared. Hurricane, flood, blizzard, earthquake, 2012, nuclear disaster…there are reasons to always have a few days supply of water, food and flashlights. Do not forget a plan for your family in case something happens when you are scattered out doing various activities (ex: work, school).
Ever since I was a child, clouds and the the sky in general have fascinated me. Sometimes the colors of the canvas are just so brilliant and awe inspiring. Sometimes the shapes and dimensions project a story across the sky. They may conjure feelings of hope or fear. Each moment in life happens but once. Each sky portrait is to be seen but once.
As I was organizing some photos, I noticed that I had many photos of clouds. Therefore, I thought they deserved their own page. A new gallery was formed. If you enjoy clouds, take a peek and I hope you enjoy. All of the photos in this first batch were taken from my neighborhood.