D IS FOR DOWNPOUR

Some days ago I was on my way home, I got caught in heavy downpour that I felt my car’s radials were not gripping on the road anymore, it made me feel so impatient that the red light was taking so long to turn green that in no time the water’s gonna get into my pedals and I’ll get stuck. I don’t know if it’s out of anxiousness or a manifestation of assimilation of blogging culture that I took my camera (instead of the phone to call my husband) to record this, the photos I took were so blurry that it’s not even worth publishing.



16 comments

  1. Oh no, i know the feeling... and the habit of taking the camera or phonecam no matter what happens! Have a delighful day!

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  2. Oh wow. I always get nervous when I drive in a downpour. I love your art work. How pretty!

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  3. Kahit nasa gitna na ng bagyo, still think of blogging. lol!

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  4. Vernz,

    A Great experience for sure and I could feel you by your words and also by the video..
    Thanks a Billion for stopping by Few Miles. Do keep coming and enjoy the updates..


    Yours Frendly,
    Someone Is Special

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  5. That was quite a downpour. I don't like getting caught in weather like that when I'm driving.

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  6. grabeh ate vernz! blog addict jud ka.. hahaha bahala mu tirik ang sakyanan.

    My ABC

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  7. Hoowee! That's a LOT of water (I can see it in the cars going by across the street). No wonder you were so worried.

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  8. Not much fun being out in that kind of weather, - pretty good pictures considering the circumstances.

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  9. What an experience, that is very heavy downpour.

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  10. I love a downpour - when I am safe at home. How interesting that your blogger instinct kicked in in such circumstances.

    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  11. There are only two things that scares me when I am driving, heavy rain and snow, anything could happen in an instant. Good thing you keep your calm hehe. Take care Vernz! Thanks for the visit!


    ABC Wednesday~D

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  12. Great idea of yours to record this on your camera! That's an enormous downpour!

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  13. waaaaaaaaaaaa klareks ang pagka addict sa blogging....gi-bagyo na, camera lang japon bit bit kay pang post sa blog hahahahaha.. patukod na jud ko ani ug clinic sa mga bloggers waaaaaaaa hahahaha

    ang ako entry naa ron sa iTravel kay ako gibalhin hehe

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  14. I would be worried about driving in that kind of weather, too!
    You asked whether dholes can be tamed: apparently not. Wikipedia cites two different naturalists/biologists who tried and while pups seem at least a bit tame, they grow shy and wild once they are adult. They are unusual animals even in zoos.

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  15. agoy ginoo...gaulana man diay diha...I love the sound of the rain....lami itikongkong...ehehhehe!

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  16. i don't know how that feels, coz though I love downpours, I don't drive.. the sound of the rain is nice!

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