Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Weather Is Humbling

Sandy is the storm out on the east coast. Around 700 miles away it is causing havoc in Hoboken. But that's about 700 miles away. Here in Milwaukee we are seeing amazing waves in Lake Michigan caused by the very, very long arms of Sandy. If I try, with all my might, to blow out a match at my feet - I can't do it. Lifting and tossing thousands of gallons of water in each wave - across a 1400 mile radius!?!?! In-con-cievable.

If this is what the physical world is like... what is in store for us when what is hidden is revealed!

 You can see the edge of Sandy in the sky here ... I think.

 And just in case you thought I was exaggerating... this IS unusual for Milwaukee.

Not the Tardis

Alas, I don't think that the Dr. is hanging around here right now. Even when it's bigger on the inside than on the outside you have to be able to squeeze through a door. It is, however, a police call box. It is the right color. And it even has the nice light on top.


Friday, October 05, 2012


I am driving back and forth to work through a BOUQUET! I think these are tree sized flowers. And who arranged them?

Seriously, Wisconsin in the fall has it's beautiful stretches. But this year is extra intense. Was it the early warm spell in spring or the long dry spell in summer or something else? Who cares?

Either way I am once again astounded by the superabundance of this creation.