In the morning I’m out early to do the yardwork chores. It’s already 85 degrees Fahrenheit and approaching 100% humidity at 8am.Continue reading “Summer storm”
And the cicadas were quiet…Continue reading “Deluge”
Since my Sis and BIL gave me all kinds of good ideas and then my Dad (who is fully vaccinated, yay) came by with the drill to help with the hardware installation… I now have a semi-private and semi- enclosed section of my deck:Continue reading “Prepared for the cicada scourge”
The day had been bright and clear, hardly a cloud in the sky.Continue reading “Sudden storm”
I fixed lunch quickly and headed back to my desk. It was too busy a Monday – dear Lord could it still only be Monday – to linger about.Continue reading “A little help”
I haven’t seen a sunrise in a long time.
Sunrises (and that one fireball) were the one upside in the miserable commute that I don’t otherwise miss at all.Continue reading “December morn”
As soon as the work day was over, I masked up, threw on shoes, remembered keys (woot, another disaster averted), grabbed the recycling to go out, and began the trek to mom and dad’s.Continue reading “Wet”
We don’t see a lot of tornadoes in this neck of the woods. Which is good. Continue reading “Tornado warning”
… here are mostly a soup of humidity and mosquitoes, punctuated by thunderstorms.
But every so often, they’re really lovely.
New solar lanterns along the stairs and walkway.
Well, I’m kind of giving away the current time lag I’m on (give or take a day) by telling you that Tropical Storm Isaias is bearing down on us.