Do you see the angel?
It’s been a rainy week.
I wouldn’t mind all the big trucks if the government would keep the roads repaired. It’s a bumpy and painful ride. But yesterday, when I hit a smooth spot on the feeder road, I bent into the curve and pretended to be a race car driver. (Vroom, vroom.)
On my way to get gas, I noticed one of the poor, homeless people in Albuquerque — a woman who carried all of her worldly possessions in the cart she was pushing in front of her.
Gas on the Indian reservation is always cheaper, and yesterday I paid $1.99 a gallon. As I was pumping my gas, I looked up to admire a cloud that resembled a flying elephant chasing a butterfly (or maybe a bee about to land on a rose).
As I replaced the nozzle, I looked down to see this:
After I got home, I felt bad that I didn’t dispose of it — just took a picture and left it there, like it wasn’t my problem. Not a very nice thing to do.
Too bad all the wires are above ground. They really get in the way of a good photo.
Ah, found a view without wires.
Lavender at the grocery store.
Earlier this week, I visited Walmart at dawn.
Look, the city named an arroyo after Lisa!
Okay, this cloud is definitely a bug. 🙂