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Are You Taking Advantage of the Clouds In Your Life?

Beverley Golden

Are You Taking Advantage of the Clouds In Your Life?

Beverley Golden

Writer and Author of “Confessions of a Middle-Aged Hippie”, Beverley Golden, recently contacted us following the publication of her article on the Huffington Post.
Her article begins “When you hear the word “cloud”, what’s the first thing that comes to your mind? In our technology driven world, I imagine that many immediately think of “cloud” in relation to the internet; a generally used term for anything that involves delivering hosted services there. Hmm. The word “cloud” conjures up something wonderfully and dramatically different for me.”

To continue reading please go to the full article on the Huffington Post website

  • Charlie Knight

    May 7, 2014at8:11 pm

    haha I love this:)

  • Ethan Walsh-Hill

    May 14, 2014at11:43 am

    WELL YES, AS A MATTER OF FACT, I AM TAKING ADVANTAGE OF CLOUDS IN MY LIFE!!!! I love them so much that whenever i see a really beautiful high Cirrus or a cracker of a Cumulonimbus i say, Cor, look at that! What i should be doing though is admiring them even more! Thank you for listening.


    May 27, 2014at12:56 pm

    I have just read your article and like you, I love clouds. Being summer now in the UK, it is at its lovely best. I live in an old mining village, with that comes a great spoil heap, where the waste from the mine was placed. Thanks to the many colliers that worked the mine, I know have a superb 360 degree vantage point of the surrounding area. Around 1930hrs off I go and watch the clouds and sunsets if possible. I see fantastic cloud formations from my vantage point, what can be better than that?? NOWT haha

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