My first thought after reading Clouds was the light side about clouds. Clouds that we all associate positive attributes that are white and puffy and look like cotton balls in the sky. Along with clouds, I think of my dog, Cooper. Automatically, I envision him in the sky when he is fluffy. When I take him on walks, he walks but he looks like he’s floating like a cloud. As a child, and even now, I loved to look up into the sky and watch the clouds. I love looking for different shapes and configurations that I can relate to. As a child I loved to make up stories based on what the clouds were doing to pass the time while I was in the car. Unfortunately I have to pay attention to the road now but, clouds have a deeper meaning embedded in all of our childhoods. I remember asking my parents why are the clouds following us home? Or what happens to the clouds when I don’t see them tomorrow? Clouds are just such a fascinating part of nature. Besides the positive attributes that clouds offer, I think that people forget that clouds are also what bring us extreme destruction. I too am guilty of forgetting that clouds make up rain storms, wind storms, tornados, hurricanes and countless other natural disasters that can cause immense destruction on Earth. Clouds are just like the yin and yang. There is a good and an evil.
Also, here are some pictures of Cooper as he’s really fluffy and like a cloud! I’m going to take a picture of him on a walk when he’s fluffy again! He is literally my pet cloud that follows me wherever I go.