Wordless Wednesday- On a Cloudy Day - My WAHM Plan

Wordless Wednesday- On a Cloudy Day

Purple/Blue puffy clouds

Fluffy White Clouds

Yoshi Cloud

We really thought it was going to storm until we saw the Yoshi Cloud. Do you and your family spot "figures" in clouds too?

Happy Hump Day!


Beverly said...

Oh, I am not good at "cloud reading". It was one of the items on a photography scavenger hunt I did last summer and next to a windmill it was the hardest one for me!!

tm said...

My little boy is 4 years old and loves using his imagination to talk about cloud shapes. We had a really dreary day yesterday, but the clouds are nice and fluffy again today with fun shapes.

Barb Webb said...

That's too cute! Love the Yoshi cloud. I often see shapes in the clouds and my boys certainly have vivid imaginations, too. Need to start taking pictures of them, how fun!

Frugal and Fun Mom said...

We look at cloud formations all the time, and here in Florida, some of them get pretty interesting. The rain storms ones seems to be the most interesting and scary.

Linda A Kinsman said...

Hi Beverly,

I just saw on your blog that you are getting ready for this years scavenger hunt- it sounds fun. I can't wait to see your great pictures from it.

Linda A Kinsman said...

Hi Daisy,

4 year olds do have wonderful imaginations don't they?
Today is stormy here too so no Yoshi clouds for me.

Linda A Kinsman said...

Hi Barb,

Thanks, but I can't take credit for spotting the Yoshi cloud. That was my oldest daughter, so I know your sons will love "playing" the cloud game with you. Enjoy!

Linda A Kinsman said...

Hi Carlee,

I bet your storm clouds are amazing! We get some pretty cool ones here in Tennessee too.

Tough Cookie Mommy said...

I love looking at clouds and guessing the different shapes they make up. It's especially fun on long drives.

laceyone said...

Love the Yoshi cloud! Sarah spotted that right off! She said Tera has an excellent eye for cloud detecting! We've been working in the bathroom (still not done-finally grouting now) and once all the tiles were up we stood back to admire them. In looking at all the gray tiles with their swirls of whites and veins we spotted one that looks just like a T-Rex so now it's forever known as the Dino tile!

Thanks for sharing the cloud pics. Hi from us to the girls and Uncle Kevin. Have a wonderful day!

Linda A Kinsman said...

Hi Penny,

How funny, a T-Rex tile in the shower! I bet Sarah spotted it first. :)

Have a great day!