All things Western and more.
Did you know, that a cumulonimbus is a thundercloud?
I did. And there are a lot of them about at the moment.
Good job! And the clouds in your area, is that a good or bad thing?
Yesssssssssssssssssssss! Hugs, Valerie
Yay. Good job!Hugs received and returned.
I did -but I didn't know that this cute goose knew it :)
I love this answer:) Makes me smile:)
Yes, Yes, Yes ... I did - very noisy and shiny things high high up above. Cheers Hilary
Good job, Hils;)
No, Sandra I did not know yet your other followers did. How ignorant can I get....lol?Yvonne.
Anyone that can write verse like you do, is hardly ignorant.
That one I did!
I did! I used to tour in a children's theatre production about clouds!
Oh, that sounds like fun, Jeanie;)
I did know that! It looks like lots of us did. I learned that in elementary school when they used to teach that sort of knowledge.
Good job to you and to the elementary school:)
Good job, Jamie!
Your cloudy factoid, Christine;)
I knew it from school teachings..you reminded me😁
Good job, Birgit;)
I knew it was a type of cloud but not what type! Xo
We'll count that, Denise;)scoxox
frankie...thiz gooze did KNOT noe thiz any mor N we noe what de square root oh 7 iz timez 459 ~~~~ ;) ☺☺♥3
Sounds like a person sneezing to me. Thanks for co-hosting this month. I love learning new words but I can't say I see a huge opportunity in the future to use this one ;-) https://dianeweidenbenner.com/iwsg-whats-the-one-thing-about-your-writing-career-you-regret-the-most/
Yes, although what kind of cloud I don't know. It does sound threatening.
Heh. It does, doesn't it, Andrew:)
I do know that from studying earth science for a bit.
Good job, True;)
uy no lo sabia te mando un beso
Your Thursday factoid.Sending you a hug.