Look at all those beautiful summer clouds! I wonder who could tell me about them? Kurt Luchs, that's who. Come see his latest piece in The Big Jewel: In The Clouds by Kurt Luchs "I wandered lonely as a cloud," wrote Wordsworth, but as usual he was probably just reaching for the nearest rhyme. There is small reason to suspect that clouds get lonely, for they are hardly ever alone. If anything the average cloud is, like most of us, hurting for a little privacy -- a quiet space where he can concentrate on personal growth, perfect his racquetball serve, learn to stop saying "yes" when he means "go to hell," and work on that hard-hitting novel about the nasty but wacky inner world of advertising... For the full article please visit http://www.thebigjewel.com/intheclouds To subscribe or unsubscribe from this email list please email list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx with your request.