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

Thursday, August 8, 2013

Joys



of rain.

15 comments:

Terri said...

Send it this way please- we got the hay in the barn yesterday, but are still stacking so rain would be wonderful today!! HA HA Hey- there is that senior dog link again. Did you check that one?

Lynne said...

We have had Rain Joy this week which has opened the door to many sunny days ahead . . .

Early flowers are coming to an end and the colors of gold and amber are slowly creeping into the outdoor palette . . . The leaves have begun their color change . . .

the canned quilter said...

We got about half an inch here too yesterday morning. Should be just enough
to fill the corn out ! Hugs

Sandra said...

the joy of the rain brings more joy from these beautiful photos... so pretty. and this time last year you were in a horrible drought.

Dreaming said...

:))
Pretty flowers 'cause of the showers.

Pat said...

I didn't see the butterflies until I enlarged the photos. What a nice surprise! Is this thistle? I remember as a young girl pulling the purple flower out and sucking the sweet nectar. Yeah, we had thistles in the suburbs, too! ;)

Dip-Dip and the Bridge said...

I am probably a very wierd person (well, some would argue there's no probably about it) but I think thistles are so pretty.
Lynne x

Sandee said...

I do enjoy a nice rain. It does clean the air and perk up all the plants too.

Have a terrific day. ☺

TexWisGirl said...

oh, we've had none for so long... news last night reported a lake in the area was down 8 feet in just one month's time...

(and i see you still have that link showing.)

McGuffy Ann said...

I love the rain and the flowers...just not the mowing!

LindaG said...

Congratulations! :-)

Brian Miller said...

smiles...do like me some refreshing rain....

Farm Girl said...

I have heard about this thing called "rain." I have heard it happens from time to time. I hope that I may experience it again someday.
Your flowers are beautiful.

Sue said...

I'm in Palm Desert with my mom right now. She had a small stroke but is recovering well, thankfully. The idea of rain sounds very appealing!!

=)

Saucy Kodz said...

Aah Gail, not just one....but two butterfly's - now that is indeed a great capture. We got through the joys of Chocolate and International Festival; celebrating on both sides of our two countries - had soooo much fun and hope to share some here eventually. Special hug to March and best to TM, Andrew, Zander n of course you, my friend lol

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