The heavens declare the glory of God;
the skies proclaim the work of his hands.
-Psalm 19:1

Do you know that God controls the clouds and makes his lightning flash?
-Job 37:15

Thursday, May 21, 2009

The rain in Spain falls mainly in Valdosta...

SKY WATCH FRIDAY time! Our hosts: Klaus | Sandy | Ivar | Wren | Louise | Fishing Guy

SKY WATCH FRIDAY (click the word to link and participate!)
Thanks to Dot and Tom, who were instrumental in the success of this blogging event. You should definitely come fly with us!

Since I miss the sun terribly and haven't seen blue skies in almost a week, I have decided to share with you a shot of the dawning of a new day, one with beautiful brilliant sunlight and twinkling blue skies, and glowering puffy whites (as my wonderful groom's dear daughter calls them).God loves us.That picture inspires hope in me. It's a shot of encouragement, almost as if God is saying, "Hang in there, my child. I've got it all covered." With a start like this, how could you not smile as you begin the day ahead? It's days like this where I have been sun-deprived for days on end, there is nothing but dreary daunting rain, and the forecast calls for nothing but more... and more... and more...what a surprise... more rain.. that a picture like the one above inspires hope. The frustratingly wet area of low pressure that has been spinning over the Floridian peninsula for a few days is really moving northwestward now (thanks, Jay... shaking my head)I am encouraged to learn that the Dewvoid is not the only force at work sabotaging severe weather pursuits. The Vortex2 team is smack dab in the middle of a tornado-less tornado hunt. What kind of May is this?! Vortex2-voidSuch a pathetic outlook (storm chaser perspective)... Apparently, one of those 100 scientists is cursed with the same spell of weatherlessness as I am with the ever persistent Dewvoid. They are welcome to my rain... at least then, they would have SOMETHING.

Have a great day!


  1. Please let me be the first commenter, please, please.

    Okay, I love that name Valdosta, it has a certain ring to it.

    Sorry about your rain. Sun will be there eventually.

    Love the photo, very promising indeed.

  2. Fabulous photo! The colors are just gorgeous! Our rain is finally gone -- at least for now and we're enjoying blue skies -- wish the same for you soon!

  3. Lovely colors in your photo this week, thanks for sharing with us all in Sky Watch Friday.

  4. That's a beautiful shot. So delicate and lovely. I hope you will get some sun soon. We've had a lot of rain too but finally got some sunshine.

  5. This is the kind of May where we have BLIZZARDS! Your tornadoes will be here soon enough :)

    No three beautiful things? I'm sure you see incredible things everyday!

    Take care.

  6. A beautiful picture! The colour of the sunlight is great! Thank you for sharing!

  7. Nice pictures - the clouds are really beautiful!

  8. They are beautiful fluffy clouds in that wonderful blue sky.
    Have a nice weekend...

  9. Beautiful heart-rending story to go with your sky like that. You sent a strong message of appreciation especially HOPE!

  10. Nice blog Georgia.... I like....

  11. That is a gorgeous beginning to the day.

  12. Wishing you a lovely sky.
    This photo is wonderful.

  13. I sure hope the sun shines warmly on you soon, Dewdrop! As for the tornadoes...hmmm. I wish you tornadoes as long as they don't do any harm to anyone. ;-)

  14. Fantastic photo of the sky.

    Thank you for your visit on myblog

    Gunilla in Sweden

  15. Love the trees framing and drawing the eyes to the sky! Perfect. I know the rain drain! It's been nice for two days now but we're expecting more rain in the next five days. Thanks for sharing this photo.

  16. beautiful capture and enjoyed your thoughts regarding. i look forward to each morning with anticipation...i enjoying looking out and seeing what is on tap for the upcoming day :)
    have a lovely weekend.

  17. Everyone around us is complaining of rain, but we've hardly gotten more then 10 drops!


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