Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Tuesday Times


Hi Y’all!

Between the HEAT many of y’all are suffering, the severe storms, one of which hit us Monday morning around 1:00am, and the forest fires raging in the drought stricken western mountains, it seems as if Mother Nature is seeking to remind us that she still is in control of our world.  However, she still shares her beauty with us. 

Paws crossed and prayers from the Humans for all who are suffering at Mother Nature’s hand. 

Y’all come back down!





  1. I suppose without the "ugly" we would never know what beauty is.

  2. I agree with Goose. Well, have I ever not? Hehe.

    I'll be back,

  3. Lovely pictures and have a great Tuesday.
    Best wishes Molly

  4. Thank you for sharing nature's beauty with us hawk. I think some of us really needed this right now.

  5. Pretty flowers. The weather this summer has been...different. We have thunder today, but no real rain. We could use rain!

  6. The lilies are beautiful! I agree that Mother Nature is just giving us a reminder of who's really in charge!

  7. Hey Hawk, Jet here.

    Gorgeous pics and we agree with the sentiment... have to take a moment to smell the flowers and remember that with the challenges there is still beauty.

  8. Wow, gorgeous photos and makes us appreciate the beautiful side of nature.
    We are very aware of some of the more distressing acts of nature you have been enduring over there. We want you all to be safe.
    We just had the wettest, coldest and dullest ever June in Britain. Yet, despite that, we have much to be grateful for.
    Take care, y'all.
    The human Gary and the Jack Russell, Penny xx

  9. Awww. That's really sweet of you. We hope everybody's okay where you live too.

    Nature is truly beautiful. Even though the man made creations gets wrecked, the grasses and pretty flowers can still be found standing.

    Huggies and Cheese,


  10. Your lilies are beautiful! I hope your storm didn't cause any problems. It's nice to hold on to something pretty when so many are suffering with the heat, fires and storms.