I Never Wanted to be "The Weather Lady"

Photo by Kate Sherrill (local librarian)

We're all gonna have webbed feet before this is over! During my first "real" job after high school, there was a woman in our office who constantly fretted about the weather. I feel like I've turned into her on one level. I don't fret about it, but I do think and plan with the weather in mind. We're supposed to get lots of rain in the next few days and powerful storms are in the forecast. Little blooms from all of those Bradford Pears are blowin' in the wind...so glad I took my picture earlier!

When I got to work this morning, one of my co-workers expressed "big interest" in one of my bargain acquisitions this past weekend...the Miraculous Medal. It will be going back to work with me after lunch for her. I was just going to use it in an art piece.


Vee said...

The thought of blossoms in the wind is such a romantic one.

I know what you mean about the weather broadcasts. I've become one of those myself...ugh. LOL!

Just determine to enjoy your days no matter what is going on outside. Stay safe, too.

(I love that song playing...haven't heard it in years! Walking out humming "blue, blue, my world is blue...")

Junie Moon said...

I remember having a Bradford pear tree in our front yard in Virginia. It was an enormous thing and the wind would carry the blooms everywhere.

If you want to escape your wet weather, you're welcome to visit me here in sunny (and dry) Tucson.

Irish Cottage Dreams said...

Rain, Rain and some more rain!
That is my weather broadcast for this week :) Love your site!

Best wishes, Kimme

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