Spring transitions quickly to summer here, but at least the leaves are still spring green.
On a day like today, you can practically hear the leaves unfold.
From Sunday: This is what a fast-moving thunderstorm looks like when it is about to hit. This storm generated tornados to the west (north of Joplin) and to the south (Northern Arkansas), but not here this time.
It's good to see the sun and the leaves filling in the empty spaces. Two more poems to go in the challenge. The poems so far are clustering into a viable book manuscript, something I did not dare hope for when I began this project. I wonder sometimes if all the photos and video clips … Continue reading Sun and shade
Today's series of storms meant a storm headache for me, not all day, but as a sort of warning system before each line of storms moved through. Nothing big happened, at least not yet, but the heaviness and the headaches severely cut back on my productivity and made me rebellious about this, day 27 of … Continue reading Storm headache
The azalea is finally in full bloom, and it is another sunny Saturday, after morning showers. This may be a trick photo. Can you see the marmalade cat in the photo? Check for the tail.
While out taking my camera in for a repair estimate and to Best Buy to get an overview of over-ear headphones for DMAC, I spotted this beauty of a car. Note the cute skull accent on the hatch. It's a four-door too, just right for Mama and Papa Goth taking the gothlings out for a drive. … Continue reading Parking lot find
Not much else happened today, but I did write. it's day 23 of the PAD Challenge and I have more than 23 poems, most of which are done or revisable into usefulness. Today's poem in particular was one I'd needed to write for several years, since it will be a framework poem for a big section … Continue reading Today