Thursday, June 27, 2013

Thoughtful Thursday



Something wicked this way comes......

A photo of our barn with a building storm in the background.  This morning found the farmette with limbs and branches strewn all around.  Debris yes, but damage, no.  We are lucky.  

"Be thou the rainbow in the storms of life.  The evening beam that smiles the clouds away, and tints tomorrow with prophetic ray."  

Lord Byron  


Linking up with Madge.....



Rurality Blog Hop #20



36 comments:

  1. stay safe!!! I hope you have a basement if it gets more than wicked.

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  2. Storms on and off here today and HOT!

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  3. Amazing photo;so thankful you had no damage.

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  4. Magnificent shot! So glad no one was injured in the storm. Love Lord Byron :)

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  5. Leaves and limbs can be picked up... more serious damage is difficult to deal with. Glad you just had the easy part.

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  6. I keep reading about all the rain everywhere...I wish we could get some our way...dry as a bone and still as can be! Stay safe!!

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  7. So glad debris was all you experienced. Love the quote and the picture!

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  8. Hi I do hope that storm passes over. it looks very angry. Margaret

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  9. Good news. Byron and Shelly.... a pair to draw to. :)

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  10. Glad it didn't do much harm. You've got the neatest barn!

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  11. I'm glad you guys didn't get any bad damage. It looked really eerie here last night (the sky was such a strange color) but it didn't even storm. Just passed right by us thank goodness.

    PS - I love your barn!

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  12. Byron will always do it for me. Glad you got through it unscathed and what a gorgeous barn you have! I don't believe I had seen it before!

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  13. That's a great quote, thanks for that. I'm glad the storm passed by without any major damage to the farmette.

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  14. Evening Michelle, There have been a lot of storms recently.....glad everything was fine. Your barn is sooo sweet! I would love to have a barn.....still looking! Blessings~~~Roxie

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  15. Glad you are all safe. at least you know the barn is storm proof. Hope you have a great weekend.

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  16. We had a very strong, but short, storm early this morning also. Glad you didn't have damage.

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  17. Thank goodness you are all alright.
    Love the barn. B

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  18. thankful for no damage....Sure makes for a beautiful picture...

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  19. Neat barn.. I love ours, too. I'm so happy I live in a rural area. Glad there was no damage there. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  20. Love your barn Michelle, keep safe my friend, Francine.

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  21. Love your barn and the star on the wall! Glad the storm didn't cause any major damage!

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  22. Great shot. We would love to have your storm. We have a fire that they can't get to to fight.

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  23. we've had a few storms like that blow through, too! Glad you're ok!

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  24. We had a good storm blow through earlier this evening, strong wind and downpour, some limbs and leaves down, but that's all. I was just frustrated that my clothes that were hung out to dry got soaked!
    To our south, the twin cities have been hit hard the past couple of weeks.

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  25. It is some crazy weather. At least we are all safe :)

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  26. I was so intrigued with the star on the barn that I didn't even notice the storm. Thanks for liking my new hairs.

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  27. How scary! We’ve been watching the strange weather patterns in the US on the news all week. So glad that no major damage was caused. Beautiful picture as ever!

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  28. Love your barn. We have definitely had some crazy weather here in Kentucky this summer. xo Laura

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  29. Red barns are a favourite with everyone.

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  30. A beautiful barn, I hope your weather will get better...

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  31. Nice to hear that it survived. It looks in reasonable condition to some others I have seen.

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