Oh my- that brings back memories of the last two summers...here's hoping we have broken the drought streak!
Already? Drat it is the same around here even after all the snow, I do hope it is not a sign of another summer like last year.Fingers crossed:) Hug B
Looks like Texas
Jumpins Gail, we got a hail, torrential downpour and high wind yesterday that I would love to share water on that creek. Hope this is not the start of a dry season. Calais, Maine forcasted 1 inch hail - it came in a flurry and stopped just as quick 22 minutes later - WILD. No real damage here, but killed my tulips - everything else is peeking outta the ground, so there was no damage - few dented cars round town.
Already . . . Didn't it rain for days a few weeks ago?
I was all prepared to crack up from a funny joke or story. this is truly cracking up....
Hope there's some rain soon for your ground, it's only May.Lynne x
Bad pun!Hope it rains soon though.
we got an inch and a half of rain with the storms that had brought those tornadoes through. i was grateful.
We're getting rain this weekend, and even though things are pretty green, I think the plants and grass could use a nice sprinkling.Too bad the US couldn't be like Ireland, where it rains a little bit every day, then clears up nicely! That's why they have 40 shades of green there! ;)
That;s how it looks here most of the time. We got five minutes of sprinkles one day this week... just enough to turn my very dusty car into a mudmobile. Today is supposed to reach 100 again, no rain in sight. Gonna be a long, hot summer I'm afraid.
The Arkansas soil must absorb rain like crazy!
Are you already showing drought signs again. I'm sending moisture your way!
Like that here, too, when it doesn't rain for a while.Have a good weekend, Gail. ♥
thirsty eh?happy saturday!
Looking a little dry! Same here too! We did get some rain on Thursday...but need more!
Oh, no! I hope you get rain soon.
I thought you'd been having a lot of moisture lately. Not enough, I guess.=)
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