We've been across the country and back, stopping at the house for two days in between. There was a glimmer of my smile that showed its face while we were at home, but then it hid itself again after we left.
We took a load of peas to South Carlina and then turned around and high tailed it back west. We're in California now getting ready to load poultry meal and head to Washington.
Can't really explain why I'm feeling so low. Just one of those things. But I haven't got any desire to blog, or do much of anything but read my book when I'm not driving. So, sorry to say, you might not be hearing much from me for a bit longer. I just can't force myself to blog when I don't have anything interesting to share.
Today I'm feeling a tad bit higher than my usual low, and I did have a couple of pictures of some things that made me smile a little bit so I decided to share them before my blogging friends decide I've dropped off the face of the blogging world.
It was, oddly enough, storming yesterday as we crossed the desert in California between Barstow and Mojave. We don't usually see rain in that part of California, especially this time of year! It was a splotchy storm, with hard rain and wind between patches of clear sky and bright evening sunshine. Which is the perfect combination for this...
And then as we entered the mountains that cross over into Bakersfield, it cleared just enough to provide an impressive desert sunset.