Take your pick. Garry actually went out to take some pictures today, but didn’t get as many as usual. First, because he got caught by a fan who was also a photographer and by the time the conversation ended, the sky had darkened considerably. Blue and gray had turned almost black and dark. Rain was coming!
A truck or a mural. An octopus, whale, or a rich color of blue. Or, for that matter, water! It’s going to be a very rewarding experience I’m sure!
I find I have no whales or octopi. I’ve very good on trucks and while I lack any murals, I do have some mosaics. And I’m totally sure I’ve got a plethora of blue.
It’s so hot here that a lot of the area has no power. Brownouts. They warned us about them. We’re okay, but down the road, there’s no power.
It’s all the air conditioners that are sucking the electricity to nothing. It is so very hot and humid, too, so it feels even hotter than it is. Rain may come on Thursday. The plants would appreciate some water.
We don’t water the flowers. Our well is okay, but we can’t waste water on the flowers. They will have to make it on their own. Anyway, it rained last week several times, so under the dry topsoil, it’s still damp.
The dogs have decided to stay inside. All day. They will go out now that the sun is setting, but all day, they have been on the sofa.
But wait! I hear thunder. Wait for it … Yes. It’s raining!
This has been a very non-linear month. Actually, what this has been, is an insanely complicated month with a lot more complications waiting for us in the wings. It isn’t going to get easier until possibly next spring. Meanwhile, we have to just do what we must. And not try to get too wound up about it.
I shall have to delve into archives this time because, well, it’s just that kind of day.
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