Sunday, July 1, 2012

Sunday Morning Reflections





As I walked the dogs in near perfect weather this morning, I thought about the horrible weather the rest of the country has experienced this past week. My thoughts go out to all of you close to the fires, affected by the tropical rainstorm, the horrific wind storms, and, of course, the heat. I hope you, my blogger friends in those areas, are OK. I'm thinking of you all.









16 comments:

  1. The weather is always perfect here--inside at my computer! I feel for those others, too!

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  2. This has been such a crazy summer, and it's only July 1. I hope things calm down soon.

    Lovely photo!

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  3. Kentucky is scorching, sere, and burned to a crisp. Because of my super-sensitivity to heat I am staying indoors as much as possible. I don't want to take the risk of being involved in a traffic accident and having to stand out, or even sit, in this heat. It surely would land me in the hospital Emergency Room. Husband thinks I'm over-reacting. I think others are having disasters worse than we are, and I am so sorry for them.

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  4. Jättefin bild! Vi har haft ok väder med idag trots lite skurar mitt på dagen. Nu är det superfint ute och industrisemestern börjar med fint väder. Jag har 5 v kvar att jobba....

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  5. the hospital Ginny is in is an hour drive from her home, and it has electric, so she is nice and cool but sick and in a lot of pain.

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  6. to me fire is the most terrifing of all, electric off and trees falling and even water in the house, does not compare to the fire

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  7. Big hugs coming back your way from a stormy Indiana

    Leontien

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  8. Inger, glad you and the dogs enjoyed an awesome walk...it's been hot and humid here but tolerable & crazy storms today!!!...:)JP

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  9. Dear Inger, how thoughtful of you to post this reminder that so many people are struggling with nature gone amok right now. Peace.

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  10. Dismal day in the land of the Bear. Overcast, but bluish. A sprinkling of rain at a lunch time; thunder showers predicted for this evening.

    Good weather for a book, or a sleep. Or blogging.

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  11. You are the sweetest - thinking about others, all of the time!
    The fires are so scary. We just flew home today, and the smoke was incredible. The wind is gusty this evening. I hope it doesn't fan the flames in any new areas.

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  12. Uh, you got room for about a couple of hundred guests? Kidding of course. I am so glad there is some part of the country behaving its self this summer. Enjoy the cool.
    Temps here haven't gotten below 100 in a week and the future forcast is the same. Thank goodness for A/C and computers. Still I feel very fortunate when I see what others are going through.

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  13. having trouble commenting, your side bar pics are distracting me, i can see Samson watching me and soldier looks so much like Max it hurts my heart. i am with you on wishing all in these natural disasters good to happen to them today.

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  14. We experienced the horrific weather. Yesterday, we had a bad thunderstorm with hail the size of golf balls. One house in our neighborhood was struck by lightening and caught on fire. It's a mess! Lots of trees down, too.

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  15. It's going to be a very scary summer.

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Thanks for leaving a comment.. ~~ Inger

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