rain and a praying mantis

October 1, 2022

the first and the last

This is something new I’ve only started recently, where I share the first and the last photo on my cell phone camera roll.

May 27, 2022(left) ~ September 30, 2022

The photo on the left is one a took during or right after a downpour, water rushing through the back of the property. The one on the right is of a praying mantis on the kitchen window screen. And a paintbrush propped up between the window and screen.

First, I wanted to let you know that we are safe, dry and warm. The rain hasn’t been as bad as they predicted – at least not here. I haven’t been following the track of the storm that close, but I don’t think it came as far inland as they thought. That’s just my conclusion though. My housemate’s son said the wind is howling where he is, on the other side of the Cheasepeake Bay. I still haven’t been able to see how well the new walkway works…every time we get any heavy rain, I’m sound asleep. Rain and thunderstorms put me into a very deep sleep, which is kind of scary. My son is the same way…we both sleep through nighttime thunderstorms. My housemate does wake up though, so that’s a good thing.

The wind hasn’t been that bad either. A couple small branches have come down, but nothing major. A bit breezy, but that’s about it.

As a radio host said this morning “They can predict what the weather will be forty years from now but can’t predict the weather today.”

hope you have a great day!
thanks for stopping by!!

Breaking: Republican Senator Mitt Romney (R-Utah) has been caught taking large donations from globalist billionaire George Soros’ organization, Soros Fund Management, financial records have revealed.

Mitt Romney caught taking big money donations from George Soros Org

…I’m not surprised. Disgusted? Yeah, but not surprised.


Do Not Pet
The Fart Squirrels


Funny how Martha’s Vineyard, NYC, DC and Chicago were all sanctuary cities…
until the buses started arriving.


take care
stay safe
much love

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