8 thoughts on “Freak storm in freaky times

  1. Nancy

    Wow! So much snow! I was just looking at pics of grandson in Medway, a winter wonderland πŸ™‚
    The crisp colors, blue sky here are amazing!
    Why don’t I understand what the bluish cubes mean? Oh well.

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    1. deemallon

      Originally I posted some audio which explained but decided to take it down. The cube-map show when ballots are counted β€” so as to know what to expect in election night.

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  2. Marti

    Our freak storm was last week, over 7″ of snow in Rio Rancho, all melted now…

    Flags at half mast all this coming week as New Mexico mourns over 1,018 deaths. We have gone from being one of the most pro-active in handling the virus to an uncontrollable virus where daily totals for the past two weeks exceed 500 a day.

    Among watching Halloween videos last night, I also watched will.i.am’s video, Yes We Can. Hadn’t planned on doing so but in the midst of watching British and Irish haunting, ghost, witch and things that go bump in the night stories, Obama’s words came rolling into my head: “…in the unlikely story that is America, there has never been anything false about Hope…” and as I breathe in and out, this morning, when our New Mexico skies begin their dance of color, and I think of the upcoming Dia De Los Muertos, (Day of the Dead) the honoring of ancestors, I think especially of my Father and Mother who pinned their hopes on a better life in America, found it and raised us to believe that we all matter and we all can make a difference…

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    1. deemallon

      At least someone is acknowledging the dead. Certainly our national government won’t. Massachusetts positivity rate is above six percent now. Really bad. Cases numbering over 1,000 a day. Getting used to the idea of making pumpkin pie for two!

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