Welcome to the sixth week of the Weekly Weather challenge. I can’t believe it’s already been a month and a half. Can you? Thank you to each of you who are joining in weekly. I’ve very much enjoyed your contributions.
Every Saturday I’ll post a new blog with the weather-based topic for that week. Post your contribution (poem, photo, illustration, story, or any other artistic vision) to your blog and share your link in a comment or pingback to that week’s topic post here. Make sure to tag your post #weeklyweather so that others can find your post in their reader. Have fun!
**This challenge alternates with Color your World and will therefore run May through December, taking a break January through April.
Learn more and submit your own topic ideas here: https://jennifernicholewells.com/2016/06/30/weekly-weather/
We recently had a hurricane here. Hurricane Hermine. While it hit further South of us quite hard, we, thankfully only got a bit of rain. I was thankful for the extra day off work the inclement weather provided and used the time to start building a dollhouse. I’m quite grateful we didn’t even lose power, but as I said, some places were much worse off.
-Info/pictures on Hurrican Hermine flooding: http://www.tampabay.com/news/weather/gov-scott-meets-with-emergency-officials-in-flooded-pasco-county/2292239
-Info on Hurricane Hurmine power outages: http://www.tallahassee.com/story/news/2016/09/03/45000-plus-without-power-tallahassee/89844332/
Thank you to those of you who’ve contributed.
Let me know if I’ve missed your contribution in the list below and please help me spread the word!