Friday, June 26, 2020

Dust in the Wind

A killer dust storm from the Sahara comes to the U.S. 

THAT is what 2020 was missing. 

I'll be honest - I'm phoning it in today. Not literally. It's not voice-to-blog, but it's not much more than that either. 

Yes, if you haven't heard, a dust kick-up in Africa has already darkened the skies of the Caribbean and headed to the shores of the United States. 

Honestly, at this point, I don't even care anymore. 

And while I know the election is almost five months away, and I'm holding out little hope for a positive outcome. November 3rd and the subsequent court battle (yes, you know it's true!) will be soul draining,  but I got a little lift today with seeing this. 

That'll carry me until the skies turn black with dust. 

Song by: Kansas


James Dwight Williamson said...

As Ive read you are not “Little Merry Sunshine”, but You are something good I have found in 2020. If my mother who is 88 and is still unhappy about the results of 2016s election finds a reason to get up every day so will we. We lived through Bush v Gore, and we will take to the streets to insure the mandate of the people is recognized. Then we will start to rebuild Again ,for that is what we do. Have a happy Weekend Blobby’s Family!

anne marie in philly said...

what's next, locusts? the bubonic plague? grasshoppers?

Ur-spo said...

I too do not look to the horizon with hope.