Rained Out Of A Bike Ride

Yeah, it sucks but I’d rather stay home and not be hit by a bolt of lightning! Those bolts can reach out about 25 miles from the storm if I recall correctly.

There is a flash flood warning happening right this moment on the east side of the valley and in Henderson, a city in the southeast of the valley that bumps up against Las Vegas.

I’ve included a photo of that damn burn on my right arm, it’s doing okay but has a long way to go, it stings once in a while! Aren’t the two birds so cute! I wonder if they are a couple, Mr and Mrs whatever kind of bird they are. Maybe you know what species the bird is?

19 thoughts on “Rained Out Of A Bike Ride

  1. I’m really jealous of your rain. We finally got a bit last Saturday after about 100 days with pretty much none. But, it seems we’re back on track for 100 degrees daily and no precipitation πŸ™ I hope your burn clears up quick. Youch!

    • That’s a long time without rain! Not good. I am keeping the burn covered with ointments and a bandage part of the day, and take it off to allow it to breathe too, thanks for your well wishes! ❀️

    • Hi Anne Marie! I am taking good care of it, it will take a lot of time for it to heal but it’s going well so far. Actually, it itches this morning which is a good sign that it is indeed healing. It’s nice to see you again! πŸ˜ŠπŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦

      • That’s good John. We are trying to get some work done on our house, I am still working out, and we spend most of the morning at the dog park so it’s hard to get blogging time. 🫀

    • I agree, Derrick, it will be a few weeks before it heals. I keep it covered at night and let it dry during the day. I’m so clumsy in the kitchen!

    • Thank you, K! Time will heal it but it’s concerning as a type 2 diabetic. I like your thoughts on the birds, we will never know! ❀️😊

    • oh yes, it’s okay as I let it breathe then put Neosporin on it and cover it with a bandage overnight. I still can’t believe I was so careless, Cindy. πŸ€ͺ

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