Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Wednesday in Tucson

Tuesday night we had a huge booming, lighting rain storm.
I had a lot of noise but just a few rain drops

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 Big storm big big big storm.
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As always just because I can here is your pretty for mid week.

I was outside taking photos or trying to and when I turned around there was
thehamish watching me. 
Before you think this was love. . . 
it was his dinner time and he wanted to be sure I came back and fed him !

I lurve this gud dug. He cracks me up !
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thunder. . . parsnip
music. . . Heavy Cloud No Rain,  Sting

30 comments:

  1. I always have such mixed feelings about thunder storms. A bit like watching a horror movie, you don't want it to come and get you but it's so exciting!

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  2. I always have such mixed feelings about thunder storms. A bit like watching a horror movie, you don't want it to come and get you but it's so exciting!

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  3. I'm sure it was love and it just happened to be his dinner time :-) :-)
    He is such a sweetheart!

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    1. wahahahahahahahahahahaha
      It just is love

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  4. Hi, Gayle!

    That looks like a ferocious storm! Soon the desert will look like a jungle.

    Bless thehamish's heart for staring at you through the window. I can hear his brain buzzing away. "Got chkikin' on my mind. Be wantin' some chkikin'. Can't wait till nice tall person who feeds us chkikin' to come back inside and feed me chkikin'."

    Happy Thursday, dear friend Gayle!

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    1. You gots' chkikin" I thehamish is lovin' chkikin'

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  5. With reference to Sting we're still no cloud, no rain. It might be love, not just chicken.

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    1. I wish some of the south would come up and rain and cool you off.

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  6. Mine are waiting for breakfast as we speak.

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  7. Hamish has his priorities straight, I see.

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  8. You've got a very gud kitchen timer there!

    We've been having regular thunder storms here in the past week, but none as dramatic as those that shower your area. xo

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    1. I would think with all the tall buildings and storms off the ocean you would get some great storms.

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    2. Yes, Parsnip, every now and then we get a real doozie. Often though, the gigantic clouds just move past us on their way to Connecticut. xo

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  9. Of course Hamish loves you.

    And dinnertime!

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    1. Yes he loves me but since Watson is gone even more codependent

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  10. But it was love too Gayle - you know it.

    You really do have very dramatic skies around you.

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  11. Hello Parsnip, Wow that is indeed some storm. Impressive!
    And Hamish such a sweet dog :)
    Regards,
    Roos

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    1. I wish I could have captured some the of crazy lighting strikes

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  12. Franklin and Penelope know that when the clock chimes five times they will be served their supper--in a crystal bowl on a silver platter (the bowls are metal, but I have convinced them that I use silver and crystal).

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. Franklin and Penelope have special doggie hungry clocks that they only know about

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  13. Dogs can tell time, especially dinner time. Hamish is such a sweet boy.

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  14. Thunderstorms are scary! It's a wonder Hamish wasn't cowering under the bed like my dogs (and cats) used to do! He's a brave doggie to be out waiting for his dinner!

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    1. Every once in awhile they will bark once when the thunder is breaking over us.
      But they really at not that upset. thehamish growls once and awhile. Terriers are tough !

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  15. Beanie-Bean gives me that same look around 6 PM and 7AM.

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  16. We call it cupboard love - but it is still love.

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