Monthly Archives: August 2021

Self-ordained as being Impure Thought-less

Self-ordained as being Impure Thought-less
At last the temps are starting to drop, but unfortunately the sun is sleeping on the other side a little longer, as I really got a good reminder of how fast Fall is approaching when having to be at the office an hour earlier and it completely dark outside as I was driving. Those who're heat and sun lovers, are certainly happy about having a good ru … continue reading

More People Will be using Insulated Concrete

More People Will be using Insulated Concrete
It was a bit slow going for me this morning due to the extra physical exertion I put myself thru this past weekend, and as always, I keep forgetting I'm not twenty-something any more. But the real reminder I have for myself, is to continue being of the mentality that every age has its beauty, which is why I'd never want to go back to being a decade … continue reading

Any Sort of Respect for our Struggling Elderly

Any Sort of Respect for our Struggling Elderly
We didn't get the expected rain last night, but it was misting out earlier which made for a feeling of being in a sauna while outdoors until the cloud cover cleared and the sun started drying things off.With no real estate appointments or accompanying at a church, my only scheduled task, was to head to my darkened corner and get my Sunday morni … continue reading

Someone Repeatedly Lighting a Stick Match

Someone Repeatedly Lighting a Stick Match
More rain again today, and by the looks of it, the creeks are starting to fill and our soil is certainly getting the rain it's been needing all summer. I am afraid if the hurricane headed toward Louisiana does come ashore, we'll be getting more heat and moisture as a spin-off from it. It was kinda creepy when reading that Hurricane Katrina hit on A … continue reading

Where the Food Chains have been Broken

Where the Food Chains have been Broken
This weather today was a bit on the scary side, and especially when the tornado warning sirens started up around 4:30. I've not yet heard if there was one that touched down, so hopefully it was just a funnel cloud someone saw while driving. So much for watching the weather report because there was no notice given about this afternoon's pounding.  … continue reading

It Melts Between Your Fingers and Vanishes

It Melts Between Your Fingers and Vanishes
We're certainly getting daily doses of moisture, which is just fine by me as long as they're not like the cloudburst we had earlier this week. Thank goodness I haven't had to water my garden lately, and hopefully no longer this growing season. As our temps drop, our moisture levels stay higher, and if it wasn't raining today, it would've been near- … continue reading

The Tea was Loose-leaf

The Tea was Loose-leaf
Now that we're less than a week from the first of September, the tell-tale signs of Fall are starting to manifest themselves. It was quite noticeable while I was driving to work early this morning where the sun wasn't as high in the sky as it's been these recent months, and of course I noticed it last evening when finding it approaching twilight ea … continue reading

They Don’t Have to Be Slaves to the Males

They Don’t Have to Be Slaves to the Males
Considering how humid it was this morning, it came as no surprise we were drenched with a heavy rain this afternoon. All the while I was busy with little errands this morning, I was keeping a watchful eye on the ominous clouds in the distance. I'm glad we got the rain, but wished it didn't come so fast because most of it ended up as runoff.Not … continue reading

It is Possible to Love a Human Being

It is Possible to Love a Human Being
It was another welcome rain again overnight, and from what I've heard, we may be getting more tomorrow. The raging storms are not the most pleasant to endure, but the light rains are always very much welcome.Instead of waiting the full three days to start cleaning up after my ant invasion, I decided to get everything tidied up early this mornin … continue reading

When I Very Much Don’t Like Myself

When I Very Much Don’t Like Myself
It was a bit chilly outdoors this morning, but once the sun grew higher, it ended up being a delightful day. If our days drop from the 80's into the 70's, that's when our gardens and plants will be doing their best. Believe it or not, many plants are like animals when it comes to high temps, and instead of doing their best, they're busy trying to k … continue reading