Birds

Thursday, August 6, 2020

Dancing In The Rain.

We, here at the Commons, rode out hurricane Isais, or whatever it's name was, unscathed. Thank you, Lord, for that. However, two separate tornados hit downtown and did a lot of damage. No one hurt or killed. So, that's the beginning of our hurricane season. We'll probably have several more before the season is over. 

I finally finished doing the revised edition of that book I published in 1991. Now, it's off to the editor and publisher. Hallelujah!! I feel like dancing in the rain! 


Late one evening I noticed a fox just sitting staring into the willows by the pond's edge. I wonder if he was looking for food, thinking about something, waiting for a companion. He sat there awhile and then he left. 


That's about it from this neck of the woods.

Take care!

8 comments:

  1. We were not so lucky here in Bethlehem, PA. Flooding in our house and garage. Interesting picture of the fox. πŸ’–

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  2. YEE-HAW, dancing in the rain for all that you accomplished. SO thankful that you made it thru the storm! Wonder what the fox was doing! Hmmmm. Enjoy your day dear friend, HUGS!

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  3. Our daughter lost power for almost 24 hours. We had a tornado warning but no problem. They are south of us and high winds took a tree, electric pole and the lines down.
    Interesting looking fox. Funny his ears are so reddish.

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  4. Glad you made it through the storm without any damage. I know you will be glad to get your book to the publisher. What the fox is thinking about????

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  5. Glad you are safe..Congratulations on your book..The Fox is probably waiting for it's lunch..We have several around here..Ours are brown..Like the grays..

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  6. Glad you were safe, with the hurricane. We were too, when it came up through our area.

    Your book must be delightful. What a precious illustration.

    Ahh, you say "my neck of the woods." I say that too!!!!! And I am up north, so it's not a regional saying. Unless you came from up north. ~smile~

    🌼🌻🌼🌻

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  7. What an amazing photo of the fox! WOW! And I'm so proud of you for getting your book off! Well done my friend!

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  8. So glad your area didn't suffer from what's his name. Wonder who named that hurricane.
    That really is a strange pose from the fox.

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