Sunday, March 18, 2012

A Desert Promise


Queenie’s Court awoke to grey drizzly skies

Not your typical weather forecast in the Valley of the Sun

A needed gentle washing of the Hermoso Castillo

And a scrubbing hail exfoliation

Round white ice nestle like creamed peas in the winter rye

The desert magic quickly changes grey skies

Dappled sun returns to dry the freshly cleansed
 
And Beautiful Blue Desert Skies return
Like a never forgotten promise

Have a great day!

16 comments:

foxysue said...

And "the sun came out like a big yellow duster polishing the blue, blue skies"!

Have a lovely week.

Sue x

Lenora said...

Ahhh, the desert, a mediteranean girl myself, the ground so dry even the slightest rain rushes over red ruts in the fields and track - quite the opposite in spring this side o the world, where fleeting gimpses of sun through cool air and earth, holds promise of cleansing, rebirth and lifting of the soul.

Terra said...

Queenie, I like that "like a never forgotten promise." From rain and hail to return to sun.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

It doesn't take long for the beautiful desert skies to return. They just can't seem to stay hidden long behind the clouds!

Cactus Postcard

gma said...

Hi Queenie...I live in valley of Sun (rain today) also. We need the moisture.
:-)

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Wow! Looks like your weather went through all season in a matter of hours ~ Great photos ~thanks, namaste, Carol ^_^

rebecca said...

seriously it is still snowing here! goodness i am in my jammies and have been painting most of the day. i am so glad my computer does not have a camera!
glad you are all the better for cleansing. we will be white for days!

myric andreasen said...

That's a crazy hale. Never seen anything like that before.
It was an bland gray sky but your words made it seem magical :)

xoxo
Myric

Cindy Adkins said...

Wow, that is some amazing weather there! I wanted to write to say "Congratulations!" You won my Mixed Media Book--I just purchased it from Amazon and it was sent to your email...Sometimes they go into junk mail by accident, so if it's not there be sure to check. Please let me know if you get it...Sending (((hugs))) your way,
Cindy

Hettienne said...

wonderful postcards Queenie!!

Jen said...

Beautiful photos! I am so excited for Spring here. I can't wait for the warmer weather to be where I am consistently.

Thank you for your sweet comment. Being a wife and mother is absolutely the greatest vocation. I think there were many days where I took that for granted!

Gerry said...

It made for a great morning to take a nap...and I did! :o)

Sarah said...

A roller coaster ride of weather! Glad the sun came out in the end though.

suziqu's thread works said...

Ah! The weather promises of othe gods never fail!
Congrats on winning Cindy's Mixed Media book! - one of the most beautiful and helpful women in the world!
Thanks for your lovely comment on my quilt too
Hugs from Suzy

Cindy F. Adkins said...

Wow! Crazy weather! We usually have snow this time of year, but it was 80 degrees today! Congrats on winning Cindy's Mixed Media book!
Hugs,
"the other Cindy!"

Jennifer said...

The weather is simply mad I tell you! In our neck of the woods on Wednesday it was 27 degrees C. Tonight it's meant to go down to -19 c. That's 50 degrees difference almost! Insanity!

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