We’ve had thunder and lightening and down pouring rain since 10 p.m. last night. I’m sitting in bed watching the storm. I’ve decided this is a perfect day to blog from bed.
Right now there is a break in the rain, so I might venture out for a walk. But with all the thunder and lightning, I’m not sure it’s safe or the smartest idea. So here I sit, listening to the birds who are beginning to venture out.
It was quite a spectacular show last night — and the night before. The biggest issue is Olive who normally doesn’t meow. She was crying loudly this morning. When she got scared or nervous in the past — due to a pug named Waffles who likes to chase her — she ended up with a UTI. She’s hiding under the guest bed currently and I’m leaving her alone.
I’m enjoying my first monsoon season and blogging from bed!
Have you ever blogged from bed and for what reasons?
Beautiful photos, wow !
Yes, I sometimes blog from my bed – and watch the sea. Hoping that Olive will feel calmer soon.
Thanks for sharing. 🤗🌷🌼
I would love to be looking at the sea from my bed! Thanks for the warm thoughts for Olive.
I think your view might lend itself to blogging from bed. I don’t often do that as my desk with my big computer is my go to. If it rains and I like writing in the back room watching the garden outside in a rain deluge. Have a great day!
A rainy day is a treat for us in the desert.
I am blogging from bed as I have corona virus. I have been in hospital with it but I am home now and recuperating
Oh dear! I’m so sorry to hear that you got COVID. I’m thankful you’re out of the hospital and home!
Flash Flooding can be a very real problem where you are. Ground is hard and does not allow for rain to absorb, so it just makes an instant, rushing rive.
I was looking at local news reports of cars getting stuck in water and getting washed off the 17. Staying home seems like the best option.
Staying home is the best option pretty much all the time.
I’ve never blogged from bed… but I’ve read plenty of blogs while in bed. Enjoy your rain!
Thanks! I will. We have a few more days of rain ahead.
Everyone knows, or should know, NEVER drive into a wash with water flowing! We have been her 40 years and every year someone tries it and gets swept down stream. It is so sad and unnecessary.
In Palm Springs we saw the same thing. Every year someone would get stuck in a wash and have to be rescued.