Monday, November 16, 2015

parley view parsnp. . .Monday morning.

Just a small post about our strange weather.
November and December in Tucson is "warmish".
Days in the low 70's and evenings in the low 40's.
Well paint me red and call me an apple, it is January today !
54/33 today.
Goodness.
Woke up this morning and this is what I saw.
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 Wind 

 and rain.

 Then it clears.

i thehamish is not wantin' sit 
mumnice tall person who feed me said i thehamish is scotty
mum always says run free in the moors whatever that is
i thehamish not care what moor iswantin' pillows and chkikin' strip 
no wetgrass feeties are cold.
i thehamish go now
oh woe is me
woe
yert !

Out my stuido window.
Snow in the mountains.
We need rain,  so not complaining but it is only Novermber.

wet. . . parsnip
music. . . The Game of Love, Santana


28 comments:

  1. What a lovely view outside your studio. Man alive, that's pretty.

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    1. It really is. The only two things I'd have a hard time with is au the dust you told me about. Plus, I do fancy a good snowstorm. I'd miss those cold winters.

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  2. What a difference clearing up makes!

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  3. Poor Hamish. I don"t like walking in wet grass bare footed either.

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  4. Definitely not what I expect to hear about in Tucson either, at this time of year! Hamish needs little bootees! :D

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  5. Wow, Gayle, what a spectacular view you and thehamish have out there! Sorry you are experiencing topsy-turvy weather. At least your Scot dog can play outside without getting overheated, correct?

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    1. He will not get overheated but doen't want to stay out either.

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  6. That is strange weather for Arizona. We had a couple of nights in the 40's and I loved it. Miss Kitty loves it when it cools down and tries to sneak outside. I'm with the Hamish, I'd rather cuddle up.

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    1. Today was a good cuddle day.
      I had some of my doors open yesterdat but not today.

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  7. It's mad, crazy weather everywhere!! *hugs* I love your view, and sweet thehamish, too! xoxoxoxox

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    1. Crazy weather for sure.
      The rain and snow is good for us but really that happens in January and February.

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  8. Ah, the hamish, I love the way you express yourself. I don't like wet feet. My backyard isn't underwater anymore, but it's quite wet. Penelope doesn't mind. She flies across the mud and wet leaves.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. i thehamish is gud about talkin' i thehamish is no gud water gud dug.

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  9. Wild weather. Nice pictures though!

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  10. Wet, cold, miserable weather here too Parsnip. Lovely photographs though.

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    1. Thank Goodness it will be bad to almost "normal" in a few days.

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  11. Hello Parsnip, All the green must be abundant by now with all that rain. And the landscape is fantastic.
    Regards,
    Roos

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    1. Yes, our winters are green and not covered in snow.
      But winter really does not start intill January and February.

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  12. thehamish gud dog all day long no matter the weather

    Your view is fantastic and I think I'd be inspired every single day.

    Speaking of dogs with particular needs and wants, my own dear Coco doesn't want to get her feet wet, either...but say there's a rabbit out there and she'd run into a tornado.

    Somewhere along the way, she got the idea that the name of all small animals is "get 'em" because we used to encourage her to scare off the geese by saying "get 'em." For the record, she has not now nor ever caught anything, she just loves the chase. Ball, rabbit, deer, horse, goose, butterfly...she doesn't care.

    There's a get-em out there right now, Coco!!

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    1. I love your Coco story. "get 'em"
      thehamish is a gud hunter of lizards !

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  13. Phew! Windy here too. Good job I have plenty to be getting on with. Dxx

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  14. Poor Hamish!

    You live in such a beautiful place, Gayle....

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  15. Lovely pix! That one with Hamish could be a painting!

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