Wednesday, October 8, 2008

SKYWATCH OVER ATLANTA

Here was the sky over Atlanta this evening. I had to run into Publix to grab some Cheerios and milk. Since I read Cynthia's blog over at Muse Swings the other day and she was talking about having cereal after her mama passed away, I got to craving cereal. They got lots of different cereals for her brothers and sisters and it was comfort food. Well, I kept thinking about how sweet it must have been to all be sitting around and sharing and eating cereal. All I need is a little suggestion of food and then I think about it over and over. Then before you know it I feel the urge to run to the store.

I looked up at the sky when I walked out to the car and thought about how full the sky was. Chocked full of clouds from our rain all day. It was pretty to me over the city lights. I just thought I would share. Cynthia shared such a sweet memory in her post and it made me realize how much my blogger friends mean to me.

15 comments:

Lavinia said...

Nanatrish, seeing those golden arches of McDonalds is going to set my mind to some "big mac: thinking! tee hee.

Darling Nanatrish, you have come to mean alot to our little blogging community. And speaking personally, your sweetness comes through, so genuine. I hope you are feeling well these days....

Something about eating cereal brings back a sense of one's childhood....I loved Cap'n Crunch the best....I can remember eating a big bowl on Saturday mornings while watching cartoons. I used to let the cereal soak a good long time in the milk so that it got all soft and chewy. LOL!

Lavinia said...

By the way, your new banner is fantastic....tres vivid colours...

His Child said...

That's a beautiful sky. God is such an awesome artist, isn't he? thank's for sharing life in the ATL. Miss you!

Oh yes, I almost forgot. Dash on over and read the new blog "For the Love of Family," she's a real cool chic. I think you might like her. Love ya bye.

Pat said...

Hi Trish!

Thanks do much for all the nice comments you left on my blog while I was away! I appreciate them all and your friendship.

It sounds like you've been to Key West! It's such a fun, relaxing and intrigiung place! I hope to revisit it again someday.

MIMILEE said...

Oh, Nana, I love to look at the sky and see God's magnificent creation. He has often spoken to my heart as I have gazed upwards!

You have a lovely blog....glad I found you!

drama mama said...

I am a big fan of clouds! I have so many pics I've taken of them!

I'm with Lavinia...I'm feeling a Big Mac attack! Too bad I'm already in my jammies!

Betsy said...

That is a beautiful sky for sure! Funny how the mention of something can trigger memories. Hope you enjoyed your Cherrios! :)

Maggie May said...

Beautiful sky. Beautiful photo.
Beautiful World.
Majestic God!

Barb said...

Hi Nana Trish,

Beautiful shot! I am an oatmeal girl when it comes to cereal. Not very exciting but does the job-hehe.

Hope all is well. How are you feeling?

hugs,
Barb

Maree said...

Your cereal story cracked me up! ...It's usually in the cupboard when you want that somethin, somethin.

My husband Dick's thing is a glass of milk with mini chocolate chip cookies dumped in...never appeals to me though! Thank goodness!

Blessings and prayers!!

MuseSwings said...

Beautiful banner and lovely blog color! Big bloggy changes! Enjoy your Cheerios! I've been having cereal for breakfast ever since I wrote that story! And ditto to the second paragraph in Lavinia's reply - I couldn't have said it better!

Rosezilla said...

Oh, I love pretty skies! I wish I could paint "skyscapes!" Thanks for sharing the photo. And I am a huge cereal fan, definite comfort food indeed.

Sparky ♥ ∞ said...

We have cereal or other traditional 'breakfast foods' for supper sometimes.

That is a good photo. Clouds are one of my favorite subjects too. ♥ ∞

Sandy said...

OH wow, that photo is gorgeous. Hope you enjoyed your cereal.

Love the banner.

Barbara said...

This is such a great photo of the sky over the city. Glad you went for the cereal or we would have missed it.