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Thunder rolls over Africa #atozchallenge

Dear Africa:
I can imagine that there are days and weeks when thunder storms roll over the country. Where do people go when lightning gets close? I was feet away from a lightning strike in Eastern Europe so I understand the danger of getting caught in the open. Isn’t it too hot for rain coats (which I don’t really wear.)
It’s rainy here today so I’m trying to stay dry. My trowel is waiting to plant topiaries.
I guess I’ll have to pack a few heavy-duty trash bags to stay dry.
Wow just a week away from the Z finale for the A to Z challenge. Here are some folks Im stopping by to say “Hi” to.


Writing is one of my passions. I am a published christian author, poet, artist and photographer. I have written, as well as edited, for periodicals, radio, ministries. co- founder of the award winning "One Stop Poetry" I am an advocate for the arts and the special needs community - my passions lie there as well. There are many facets to the moon thanks for gazing in the night sky. If you are on twitter I am @moondustwriter

9 thoughts on “Thunder rolls over Africa #atozchallenge

  1. What a neat idea to list the folks you’re planning to visit! Can you believe we’re this close to the end of the month and the end to another season of A 2 Z blogging? DH and I were camping in the Sierras during a lightning storm. He told me the tent poles would act like lightning rods. I believed him — until we got home.


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