Sunday, September 2, 2012

 Prayers to those who are still dealing with the effects of Hurricane Issac. We finally got a slight touch him starting last night & ending this morning. It was so nice to wake up & roll back over to the sound of heavy rain @ 7:00 a.m. Once again, I realized how the rain, with all its power, yet all it's gentleness, can also soothe.

Pictures by: me
Sunday Scribbling word prompt: "soothe." 


Caladium holding up under pressure

"Chocolate/Mint" Choeleus"

Choleus

Gerbera Daisies. While waiting on blooms, the leaves are great on their own.






5 comments:

  1. very 'soothing' photos....seriously, it is just not fair that New Orleans got it again...

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    1. My thoughts, exactly, Joanne! What are the odds. And to have another part of the 'super-dooper, reinforced' levies to collapse. I'm just glad better preparations were made this time around. Thanks for your kindness!

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  2. Oh Tracey, your photos are beautiful!!! I hear you about the rain. Here it's more of a drizzle but I wouldn't mind having/hearing a more serious rain especially since we desperately need it.

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    1. Thank you, Chris, my dear. We're due to have more humidity & thunderstorms all day today, even though now it's calmly beautiful. The clouds are starting to move in though. I hope it does rain again. We really do need all we can get. Blessings! :-)

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  3. Lovely images..rain can be smooth and soothing..a great cleanser..when in the right measures..jae

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