Friday 19 November 2021

Life goes on

 The day dawned clear and beautiful. Hard to believe the storm that passed through on the weekend. 

I'm posting a couple of pictures which show some of the surrounding areas.

 


 




Life goes on, doesn't it?  For me this meant the usual Friday morning grocery shopping, some housework and a lunch visit with a couple of my children coming by.  My heart goes out to all those whose lives have been turned upside down and now have to pick up the pieces..


Teacup# 35   made in Japan



Granny Marigold
 

17 comments:

  1. Horrific. I feel so deperately sorry for those who have had their homes and possessions simply taken away by water.

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  2. Wow...the water from the storm looks so much like what we experience oftentimes. Hope everything dries up quickly and people can resume living.

    Another purple cup!! My favorite color!!

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  3. Thanks goodness the rain is over . . .

    My sister saw in TV some similar pictures . . .

    Now I see also, how it is in your region. I am so sorry! O the cows! my sister saw also cows in water.

    I have to say, that I love these high mountains with the snow - -


    Thanks goodness the rain is over . . .

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  4. Oh dear what awful flooding 😔 God be with them ❤

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  5. It's been so awful to see the photos and hear the news. But, as you've said, life goes on. We can be thankful for normality. Another lovely teacup. I do love violets.

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  6. The sunrise is a beauty.
    Oh my, you sure got a lot of flooding from that storm. Seems strange to see the flooding with the sun shining now.
    Those poor cows!

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  7. My life goes on also, with Friday breakfast with friends, and then some shopping for holiday materials, while hundreds shiver in shelters or flooded homes.

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  8. We've been watching all the videos and reading all the news. Just catastrophic!

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  9. Flood waters are so devastating and leave so much damage behind them. I feel for those who have to suffer through them.
    Love the violets on your cup, and your sunrise photo is magnificent.
    Have a happy day :)

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  10. Oh my...those pictures are something! Love the majestic mountains....but the water is horrific. Love that teacup too. Glad all is well with you!

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  11. Oh, those poor cattle! My heart goes out to all the people and animals who suffered because of this storm.

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  12. That just breaks my heart to see all that!

    What a beautiful shot that first is, and that teacup is beautiful, too.

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  13. oh yes lucky to not be in that mess!!
    stay safe
    😊

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  14. Am glad you are doing so well
    we are too
    hugs,
    patty

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