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Author Topic: Waxing Gibbous, 68% of full  (Read 660 times)
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« on: October 20, 2007, 11:47:02 PM »

Just a pretty thought that I would like to pass around.  It is about 8:35 P.M., I was outside on my porch.  We have had days and days of rain, some little tiny breaks with a speck of sunshine.  We did not get the storm that was to bring on 90 km winds (and I do not like wind, it terrifies me).

On the southern horizon I see a little break in the clouds, I see the light of the moon, the full moon coming on pretty soon.  68% of full right now.  It is pretty.  This sign of the weather means some clearing and sun to come.

I am a weather watcher and have been this way for all of my life that I can remember.  I can feel many things with how the air feels on my face, with how the barometric pressure is, I am pretty tuned into what the weather will bring.  This always brings some peace to my soul, for I know what will come soon, whether good or bad, depending on what is good or bad.

This summer and fall have been "bad".  We have not had the sunshine and clear skies that we need.  We have had too many dark and dull days, too much of the rain that we know we live with, and accept, but is has been extaordinary.  Even the nectar and honey flows have been diminshed this year.  Last year was a haven for the flows.

I digress, as I so many times do, but remember my opening sentence.  We are going to have a break from the rain.  My girls will get out to get some fresh air and find perhaps a little bit of pollen, if anything, they can bask in some warm sunshine.  I am grateful for this beautiful thing coming on.  Have a wonderful and great day, in our great life.  Cindi
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« Reply #1 on: October 21, 2007, 07:00:58 AM »

Cindi,go out and enjoy the sun yourself! We have been blessed with too many warm and sunny days here!
It was kinda nice to enjoy a dark rainy day for a change on Friday!         Ken
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