The sky I can watchBut to dance I'd need scotchAs that is badAt my pad
Do a sock hop...I'm sure it won't flop.And sing into your wooden spoonwhen nobody is watching you.You do have a wooden spoon, don't you?
lol not a single wooden spoonAt my sand dune
Nothing to stir?No mic for your dance whir?
In fact I looked at it quite a lot today at various times. Was beautiful and sunny this morning but quite ominous now. I was on our roof garden at one point and the sky over the lake was just gorgeous. Didn't want to come inside! I enjoy it in all its variety. Love your photo today.
We're having a beautiful sky day today, too! But like you, I enjoy a grey sky....which is what we are supposed to get tomorrow!It's chilly today....I had the windows open for a while but now my toes are cold. :)
Mine are cold too. It's 4C (39F) here tonight. Brrrrr!
Alternating from clear to cloudy here . . . with a dash of hail and thunder later on . . .They say variety is the spice of life . . :)
You just needed a tornado to finish if off!
The skies here come in four shades: "light grey", "mid grey", "dark grey" and "Oh, My God, it's the End of the World!". What's a "blue sky"?
I guess Irving Berlin wasn't English. (Blue Skies, Shining on Me...) He was Russian, but was in the USA when he wrote that song!
Ours wasn't anything like as blue as yours today.
You inspired me to take a look outside....after a foggy start this morning, we've now got blue skies and fluffy white clouds.I did a little "getting jiggy with it" dance on the porch :)Your sky is beautiful !~Jo
Jo, I want to see you getting jiggy! Take a video! :)
I didn't dare look up at the sky today, the hailstones were rather big, and they hurted me!
Did you sing, "Hail Stones Keep Falling On My Head..." ha.
You're getting good at this repartee business, too good, I shall have to "look to my laurels" (means to take care not to lower or diminish one's reputation or position, especially in relation to that of a Cherokee squaw who thinks she is potentially better. . . . .just saying!)
Aw, I'm just trying to keep up with you! So you think I'm wizard prang?
and couldn't I be a Cherokee maiden instead of a squaw? It just sounds nicer. ha.
But you are married, you gave up your maiden status together with your freedom when you said "I do!"
Yes, I understand...it just sounds so old and matronly. ha.
Just don't change my name to Grey Cloud. hahaha...
Lots of dark clouds here today....I did dance on the weekend....does that count?Cheers!Linda :o)
Absolutely! Beautiful here but rain is coming! It's cold, though.....
The sky was blue and bright, the wind fresh and brisk. Early on I donned short sleeves, but saw the fog roll in off the lake and traded the short for long.It was a good choice.:0)
That's how it was here....the sky and sun was deceiving...the air was chilly!Typical spring...dress in layers or change clothes half way through. ha.
That's rather nice Betsy, the kind of thing I might want on my headstone
It would be a good one for that. The whole song has excellent words....love it!
Isn't it? We all need to stop and take in the beauty!
I've always loved that song. When my girls graduated from high school, I had a theme song for each of them. "I Hope You Dance" was my oldest daughter's song. It has such promise and potential in its message. Great song for your beautiful blue sky! I like to watch the skies too and I'm partial to thunder storm skies. Do you ever try to make shapes out of the clouds?
Cloud shapes? Oh yes. I have a 'cloud' label on this blog and many of them are shapes I've seen. Such a fun thing to do!I love your idea of the theme song for each daughter...and this one is perfect for that!
Wow! I took a look at your clouds and I saw the same things....the geese, the whales tale and elephants. So fun! We have cloudless skies right now, but are expecting thunderstorms this afternoon. Whoop! My favorite. Wishing you a great day!
You've got me singing that song (in my head, silently) on the train this morning.
Oh, go ahead and sing out loud...and dance in the aisle! haha....I bet a few would join you! A few would look at you like you were crazy, too, but a few would join you! haha....
Love that song!! It's one of the pieces I played fo4 my first piano recital. :)
Oooh....I used to have piano recitals, too! A long...long time ago. lol...
this is so lovely Betsy I do love to watch skies ... and for sure I do dance (at least in my heart) ... keeping my fingers crossed that Peach comes back! silly cat he does not realise what he is missing ...! maybe you remember me ... i used to blog once under the name of Birdie ... :-)
Of course I remember you! Hi! How nice to hear from you again! Yes, Peach! My heart is broken. :(So, new blog or just reviving the old one? I'll come and find out.....
yay, you do remember me? new blog this time .... just a timeline for our new dog to remember one day ... our previous passed away last summer, still aching in my heart ... anyways enough about me ... i love to come to visit with you when i get the time and i have been following Peach story very carefully ... he will show up, you know how the cats are ... and i don't think he would ever hate you for taking him to the vet ... the animals are much smarter then that! ... happy day Betsy!!
I hope you're right about Peaches. I had already fallen in love with him....even if he did hiss at me. ha.I came to visit your blog....sweet dog! Aw...he's a cutie. Love the guarding of the buried treasure. No comments allowed? Just wanted you to know I did come to say hello.
I'm serving coffee! Stay and chat!And no awards, please! Your comments are my awards!