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Sea Cape Cod by Michael Mosier

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June 25, 2009

Drying out

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 6:55 pm

Not the Rugosa Roses, as seen in a shot it took about a week ago on Dowses Beach.  No the huge puddles and rain drops that feed said puddles are ones finally drying out and with that the sun made it’s triuphant return today around 1 pm.  The month of June was the wettest on record here on Cape Cod, and although our beautiful plant life appreciates the rain, it is summer afterall.  I hope the weather is calm where you sit today, and your outlook is good.  Mine is, despite what my rants and disappointments our “leaders” provide from time to time.  I will say this, I wish the best for the State of California and their budgetary crisis, as I was a resident in the Bay area as well as Newport Beach in Orange County.  California has it tough, earthquakes, fires, floods and a budget that is drying out with no jobs to tax in order to refill the tank of the budget so desperately needed for the millions who depend on some kind of social assistance, especially women and children.  May God’s blessings be upon anyone who is suffering, especially those in despair in California.  Peace M

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