Monday, August 2, 2010

Good Monday morning, All. It is hard to believe that this is August. We have been complaining about how our time just goes by in an flash. It is supposed to get into the 90s again today and tomorrow with rain tomorrow. Sporadic thundershowers actually. I have already finished my gardening for the day. Have to do it early when the temps get up there. I was amused by the meteorologist on the local evening news last night. He has been bombarded with questions about when we can expect cooler temperatures. Everyone who was complaining about the cold six months ago are now complaining about the heat.

Thanks for the compliment, Kay. The new blogger tools for changing the design of the blog are nice.

I was absolutely astounded when I read this story and saw these pictures on MSNBC. Can you imagine a raft of garbage in a major river thick enough for people to walk on? That is what China has just upstream from the Three Gorges Dam. The recent torrential rains have washed it down and concentrated it not far from the dam. The garbage threatens the locks.

1 comment:

Kay Dennison said...

Yup!!! This summer has nearly evaporated -- and I wish I could say it's been fun. It's been real and it's been fun but it ain't been real fun! I'm hoping to get out for some more "photo shoots" at some of the historic sites. I love my new camera!!!!!