Skywatch Friday – In Like a Kitten Out Like Lamb


The Blue Rose Cafe on the River. I love it. Not in the cards today though.

I still can’t run and today I was planning on getting on a cycling machine but the forecasted rain had ended and temps were moderate so I decided to get outside and walk a few miles instead of getting on the cycling machine. I don’t know about you but exercise machines are a necessary evil. So I went walking in the windy, gusty, cloudy weather (I love that kind of weather.)


I had to go check out progress on a high rise condo/apartment complex going up. I enjoyed my time out on the river. I went a total of about 3.2 miles.


This is in my employer’s parking lot. We are all about checking, double checking, and rechecking. We have protocols for everything and used to be March was a big month for snow. In like a Lion, out like a Lamb is what they say about March in Oklahoma. With our climate change, February is the new March. So soon I expect we’ll be outfitting the parking lot security vehicle for snow in late January instead of March.


After work, I drove home, and this sky greeted me just before I got to the house.

Here in Oklahoma, we have our issues but we do have great skies. How are the skies where you live?

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18 thoughts on “Skywatch Friday – In Like a Kitten Out Like Lamb

  1. Sallie (FullTime-Life)

    Or we also used to say ‘in like a lamb, out like a lion’ …. which was really awful to contemplate since April should definitely be Spring. Nothing of that applies here in Florida. Wonderful sky shot.

  2. Driller's Place

    To be honest, our skies have been gray and rain filled lately. We have gotten nearly eight inches of rain in the past couple of weeks. There is no longer a drought in NW Arkansas.

  3. A ShutterBug Explores

    Glad you went walking and got these wonderful photographs!

    We are expecting a wild windy rain storm tomorrow (Friday) ~ world gone wild!

    Happy Weekend to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  4. Joyful

    I’m glad you like gusty windy weather and that you got out for a walk. Interesting skies. It’s amazing how the weather changes over a few decades isn’t it?

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