In the eye of the storm

stormI won’t be online much today. I’m taking advantage of a break in the bad weather to walk the dogs and fire off a quick blog.
<<< Take a gander at that image. I’m in the doughnut hole. In the eye of the storm. Did you ever just feel trapped? lol That mess to the west is nearly overhead. The mess to the east came in the night. It’s been raining here since the wee hours and storms are expected all. day. long.  Iowa had golf ball-sized hail. I’ve seen quarter-sized hail but hailnever larger, other than in photos. A few weeks ago I saw pictures of cars with their windshields smashed by baseball-sized hail. Can you imagine? It makes me worry about farm animals and wildlife.
I wondered how hail got to be that size and found a few explanations. This
hail link says it all without heavy science.  


For 100 days, I’ll post something from my chosen topic: Clichés.
There are 91 entries to come.

Here’s a cliché for today:

It’s raining cats and dogs


4 Us iconToday is Author Jean Hart Stewart’s blog day.

The June contest is on Romance Books ‘4’ Us and the theme is wedding. This month’s contest will have 2 winners who’ll each receive a $50 gift card for Amazon/B&N and a $10 gift card toward books from Secret Cravings Publishing. The rest of the prizes will be split between winners (randomly chosen by RB4U).

b1e43-eqpicToday, EQ member and Author Michelle Zurlo releases the long anticipated second novel in her Kiss Me series. KISS ME BY MOONLIGHT
An Edgy Contemporary Mainstream Romance (with Heat) Check it out!


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About ~RoseAnderson

Rose Anderson is an award-winning author and dilettante who loves great conversation and delights in discovering interesting things to weave into stories. Rose also writes under the pen name Madeline Archer.
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2 Responses to In the eye of the storm

  1. rosgemmell says:

    What strange weather, Rose – stay safe!

    • Thanks Rosemary. We haven’t seen the severe weather other places were hit with today, but big storms from the same weather system are rolling in. I’m hoping they were weakened from their earlier activity.

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