Storm warning

Di is the host of the 3 things prompt.

This week’s theme is THE WEATHER
Your three words today are:

We’ve been having some serious storms lately. They’ve caused a lot of floods. Heavy rain has led to lots of the city being under water.

My phone says there is a moderate thunder storm warning for today.

It said that too yesterday but we didn’t see any thunder then.

Well, I’ll be inside for the day, so if there is a storm, I’ll be safe from it.

Three Things Challenge #M126 | pensitivity101 (

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

2 thoughts on “Storm warning”

  1. Don’t blame you staying in. The rain stopped a little while ago so I took Maya for a walk and we were out for half an hour. I called home to Hubby and he came out on the drive so that I could let her off to run to him. She ran back to me too so it was a bit of recall and extra exercise for her. She’s flaked out now!!

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