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It gets pretty windy up here on my balcony, Muser, I had to bring in my

geranium, but left my rosemary plant outside (it's tough, it can handle it).  I like wind, especially when it makes the wind chimes sing.  I especially love to take walks on the windy beach, when no one else is around, it's almost mystical.

The spirit of God is like the wind in the trees, no one knows where it comes from or where it is going. 

posted by Blanche. on November 22, 2006 at 5:51 AM | link to this | reply

muser
I love to hear the wind as long as I do not have to endure it. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours ( and of course, the girls)...

posted by Offy on November 22, 2006 at 5:43 AM | link to this | reply

I do love the sound of the wind, when I am indoors.
You do live in a beautiful country, no doubt about that. (Don't take me seriously, I was being a royal pain).

posted by marieclaire66 on November 18, 2006 at 10:46 PM | link to this | reply

Muser, I am a frozen chicken when it comes to wind.
The only good thing about the wind, is seeking a warm shelter, as far as I am concerned. It is of course most welcome on a hot day, other than that, I shy away from the slightest hint of a draft.
That reminds me, I just wrote this poem today, called "Petals in the Wind", I almost forgot. You know, I write so much stuff, I barely remember I wrote it. I have had instances of reading material and thinking, that looks familiar, and then I remember I wrote it. It is interesting, because it makes me more objective, I sometimes say, oh, that's good, or I assign it to the bin...I write straight on to the computer. No more paper flying everywhere. Much tidier! Soon, my house will not be big enough to hold my rambles. Yes, I did push the limit in my poem, but I did check the dictionary definition, and I could get away with it, just! I love my Thesaurus!

posted by marieclaire66 on November 18, 2006 at 10:45 PM | link to this | reply

afzal50, TAPS, and Nautikos...
Thanks for reading this post. Living in a rural mountain community is wonderful. Only about a dozen families live here all year round; the "summer folks" usually leave after the leaf color has peaked in the fall.TAPS...as old as I am, I really do whirl and twirl with the leaves...and chase them! I recommend it! And Naut, it is DARK here! We are about ten miles from the Blue Ridge Parkway. It makes for great fun to go up there, pull off on one of the many scenic overlooks where there is no sign of manmade light, and gaze at the stars...or even better ...a meteor shower! A thermos of hot chocolate makes it a party. I remember standing in our front yard, and watching the Hale-Bopp comet streak through the sky above us. It was magnificent!

posted by muser on November 17, 2006 at 8:08 PM | link to this | reply

muser,
there is nothing as nice as sitting by a warm fire, with the wind howling outside...and, you know, with the darkness, the absence of city lights, the night sky must be fabulous when there are no clouds...

posted by Nautikos on November 17, 2006 at 2:26 PM | link to this | reply

muser, How beautiful it sounds.  What a beautiful woodland sprite you make--a mountain nymph dancing in delight.  I see you there and smile because it must be such a lovely place.

posted by TAPS. on November 16, 2006 at 10:43 PM | link to this | reply

Nice post.

posted by afzal50 on November 16, 2006 at 12:22 AM | link to this | reply

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