Science With Mr. M

Dear Furiends,P1130873

In one way or the other our weather can cause amazing things to happen – a few of these are depicted in the jpg below, which I discovered on Pinterest.

Have a wonderful week, my furiends, and though I think it is important to keep an eye on the sky, I also urge you to look for large and small things beneath your paws – some of them might amaze you.

Mr. M  =^.^=

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10 thoughts on “Science With Mr. M

    1. Those hurricanes are one reason why I keep an eye on the weather. Last year, Matthew smacked our house with 110 mph winds, but no damage to the house. Our staff freaked out an left prior to that because they heard that my hero, Mr. Jim Cantori, had set up base about 3 miles from my home. … That was when that brazen cocka-poo got a crush on me…. You should have heard her growl when I gave her ‘the glare’ I dearly hope I don’t need to camp out and avoid another hurricane!
      =^.^=

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    1. Mr. Jim Cantori is my hero, but when he was 3 miles from here to greet hurricane Matthew, my staff had the nerve to stick me in my travel crate and head inland! I would have loved to meet him, except for the fact that he was at the beach … I don’t like the beach. =^.^=

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