Monday, August 29, 2011
These morning shots were taken in sequence over about five minutes.
Love the pink and blue pastel clouds.
But, as you can see, the day wasn't going to be a sunny one.
The dark blanket of clouds dominated the sky.
I'm glad that Hurricane Irene wasn't any worse than she was. I can't imagine the damage if she had been as bad as they first thought. I hope everyone is safe and dry and has electricity.
I can't believe that Karma is still watching the door a week later--LOL!
I got a wonderful card from Iggy while Ruby was here and forgot to take pictures.
Here you can see the shimmer on the outline of the flowers on the front. Yup! "Flowers" from Iggy!! Thanks so much, my friend. :)
I've been working on letters the past couple days. Karma was bugging me for attention (she is just like a toddler at times--LOL!). I knew all I had to do is move something out of place to redirect her attention, so I pulled the ottoman over near me and she was immediately ensconced thereon.
But she was still annoyed with me for sitting at the table when she was so obviously in the mood for a good cuddle on my chair. I went to turn the flash off (I often attempt to take one with and one without flash) and she immediately started pawing on the craft satchels...just because she knew I was watching her and I'd say, "What are you doing, you stinker? Leave those alone." Then she yawned and gave me one of those--"so there!" cat looks.
Lastly, I have a pic for Iggy. ;)
Why on earth would CableOne need orange cones to guard the front end of its truck in a regular parking spot? They are just so dang important, I guess. I'm glad I don't have to deal with them anymore. At least once a year when they hooked up someone else's cable in the building they would unhook mine by accident. I don't miss them--even tho they insist they miss me terribly and send me weekly enticements and bribes to come back into the fold--the CableOne cult--LOL!
Prayers to everyone on the east coast dealing with cleanup and damages. So glad Hurricane Irene wasn't as bad as they predicted her to be. Or as my Swedish relatives would say, "Could have been worse". Just grateful it wasn't. Hope everyone has a decent, calm week. :):)
"Love is the first ingredient in the relief of suffering."