a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Friday, March 11, 2011

Spring Rain...

has rolled through our valley,
filling our stock ponds,
soaking into the ground,
urging the green to come out.
The spring flowers reached for the sun between the rains.
Treasures were uncovered.
As the water cleared,
we see new work,
but the valley is greener.

19 comments:

LindaG said...

I love it. :)

Have a great weekend, Gail! :)

Nezzy said...

I don't know what the stinkin' problem is here (assumin' you have pictures up on this post). I can open pics on all four posts below.

I know I'm havin' the same problem on some other blogs. Even on the same post some pics will show and others won't.

Is anyone else havin' a problem??? I always tend to think it's just me.

You sure do have a way with the words Miss Gail...great job!!!

Have a beautiful day filled with warm sunny blessings my friend! :o)

Pat said...

That second photo is a beaut! Glad you got the rain.

Dreaming said...

The flower pictures is stunning! I love the way you have captured it with drops of water on it. The vibrant color is just...just...beautiful!

Jules said...

Our rain turned to snow! Great pictures though. Have a great weekend Gail :)
Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

Farm Girl said...

So glad spring has spung on your farm. :) I love the pictures of your water all of the time. It always reminds me of it's happy chuckle when I see your pictures. Have great weekend.

Sunny said...

It's raining here but nothing is green...just snow and mud!
Have a great weekend.
☼ Sunny

Country Gal said...

Nice photos ! Hvae a great day !

Rob said...

What is the treasure that was uncovered I wonder.

Sue said...

These pictures make me feel like the whole world is new again.

I especially love the raindrops on those flowers.

=)

An English Shepherd said...

Lovely pics and post as usual :-)

mountain mama said...

hip hip hooray for spring!!!!

Rural Rambler said...

Gail I have the dreaded red X!!! I will come back and try again!!

Nora said...

I love the picture of the tulip, so pretty with the raindrops on it. I hope you have many more of them and that they weren't all eaten by the deer.

allhorsestuff said...

Love the way you put that.."urging the green". Nature ay her finest!

DesertHen said...

I'm jealous that you have flowers...=) Pretty! Interesting treasure the rain uncovered.

Happy weekend to ya!

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Ohhh Gail, to live is such country...it's gorgeous. I could almost hear the rushing water...:)

I hope everyone is well down on the Farm~! Winter is on it's way out...take lots of pictures of the horses..it's going to be so gorgeous where you are. I can't wait to see..
Hugs,
Mona

Rural Rambler said...

OK I see pictures this morning! Top picture awesome-the force of water! Love the rain kissed little bloom :)

ellen abbott said...

that picture of the daffodil unfolding is very fine.

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