Election day started out cold and partly cloudy. O Wise One and I had errands to run in town. Just the library, Social Security Office, and a quick trip to WalMart to pick up a some quilt batting and binding material. So on the way to town that morning we stopped and voted.
Like most people in this area we always keep one eye to the sky this time of year. Those snow storms blow in quick and we have learned the hard way that tv weathermen are rarely right! One year a two our trip to the airport turned into a 7 1/2 hour trip and 3 foot snow drifts. As long as we don't have to travel we are fine after all we have enough provisions to last awhile : ) But today those cloudy skies turned pink.
By that evening the skies were on fire. Angry skies of gray, red, orange and yellow.
By sunset those same skies were absolutely scary. Don't know that I have ever seen skies like that. It was like the flames could simply fall from the heavens and consume all that had the audacity to exist.
Hoping these are not the signs of storms ahead. Weather wise or political.
Blessings from The Holler
The Canned Quilter