Thursday, October 16, 2014

JUST WHISPER IN MY EAR


I am enjoying this week because Hurricane Gonzalo is on it's way!
You say, wha'?
You see the warm southern temperatures are dragged 
unwillingly to the north
which means we feel like it's summer again.
Jim told me this and I do believe him.
He does not lie.


See how serious he is explaining the whole phenomenon.
I listen with bated DOODLE BREATH!


It's coming from that direction
where the glorious sunset lives.


The calmness of these waters will last for only a few hours
because things change on a dime around here.


Even MacDonald House 
is reflecting the expected warm weather.
(No that's not snow but one's imagination could go that far)


So we are ready for this unsettling weather
as you can see the sunset reflecting
in my new/old Matrix car
the guys bought this week.
Psst: I have a new back seat to wave at all my followers now.

30 comments:

  1. That sunset is breathtaking
    Sophie, you and your Dads take care with that nasty weather coming
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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    1. Fingers crossed that the hurricane stays far out to sea and just send blowy winds to our shores!!

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  2. Sophie,please make sure that you tell your Daddies to batten down the hatches and stay safe,OK?
    Jane x

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    1. We will for sure because the winds may be strong.

      Hope there isn't any rain.

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  3. Sophie - you lucky dog! Not only do you get to see fabulous sunsets, but you have new wheels. Tell Ron, he's outdone himself with these photos.

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    1. He thanks you and I thank!!

      LICKSS!!!!

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  4. I'd believe Jim, too. I hope the hurricane does no damage. I'm sorry if I sent you the warm weather.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. Oh that's OK JJB ~~ we LOVE having your warmth cover us this time of year ~~ we are used to it in the FAR NORTH ~~ )not really only 1/2 way between the equator and the north pole)!!!

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  5. Yes, I hear that Bermuda and Nova Scotia are in Gonzalo's path -- I hope it blows itself out over the ocean!

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    1. Latest word has that Gonzalo will smack into Newfoundland / Labrador ~~ I feel so bad for them! I don't want to jinx anything ~~ and I'll leave it at that!!

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  6. Don';t get caught up in that storm Sophie..! You and your dads stick together and be safe.
    love
    tweedles

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  7. Stay safe, Sophie! We're thinking of you!

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

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  8. Dear Soph, your dads should send a pic of you, taken TODAY Oct. 17, at your beloved MacDonald Hill to the CBC for their "A Day in the Life of Nova Scotia" photo montage. Wouldn't be complete without you.

    Email: Send photos and video (less than 30 seconds long) to DayintheLifeNS@cbc.ca

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    1. Thanks for the reminder Sybil ~~ I am in the process of uploading a photo to the site but it is taking forever!

      We'll see what happens!
      Thanks again!
      Ron

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  9. Are you sure Jim doesn't lie? BOL
    Snorts,
    Lily & Edward

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    1. Nope Nada Nilchy!!!

      That's why eberybody lubs him!!

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  10. What remarkable photography! I really love the first shot.

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    1. Sophie and Jim always give me plenty of occasions to take a photo!

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    1. Thanks Brian, looks like Gonzalo might be a no show!!

      Fingers crossed!

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    1. So happy you like my pre-hurricane world!!

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  13. Hey, SD! Terry has been talking to me about H. Gonzalo too! I hope things don't get too windy. Daddy Ron's photos are spectacular. I immediately thought of snow when I saw MacDonald House. I bet your cute little nose can't wait to root around in the first good snowfall. Congrats on the new to you wheels and your new back seat! Be safe in the storm. *belly rubs*

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    1. It very calm here now 7 PM Sat night! Perhaps the overnight time will take care of any crazy weather. I really don't think this hurricane will amount to much!

      Fingers crossed!

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  14. Breathtaking! Seriously! But stay safe and take care of those two sweet fellas of yours, Sophie!

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    1. I sure will Carol ~~ today Saturday has been quiet but I suspect some action over night.

      Hope I wake up in the morning and everything is calm!

      Fingers crossed!

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