I had a rainy day at work the other day and enjoyed it. The deliveries were at places unaffected by rain, so the work went on. The steady rain reminded me of times from my youth, spent watching the rain from our porch, or that of my grandparents, OR the open barn door.When it started raining, I asked the Lord for enough to wash the truck, so I wouldn't have to. When I parked it that evening, it looked great! lol
and while the rain washed and kissed, Gail snapped and snapped and enjoyed the rain... the flowers are wonderful...
Gail, having grown up in Illinois where rains was more frequent than Texas, I run out on the porch if it rains in Texas to listen and feel the air. I do miss it, but we had more than our share this past spring.
The rains came here too and I am so thankful. Even the Dogwoods in the woods around here looked like they were dyeing.
i love rain, i love storms and i love the way the air smells, after it rains!!!!
Nice!We were blessed with a lot of rain the past two days.
we've not seen rain for about 6 weeks and are scorching dry at 101-105 this week. leaves blowing around - thank goodness for the breeze.
Glad you got rain; but no serious weather. Have a blessed Sunday!
I am sure the flowers and trees are very relieved when finally they see rain!
The poem I wrote was written for the Poets United Poetry Pantry. You will see the LINKS at the site Sunday morning. Come back to PU then. Hope to see you.
I love rain, the smell is so comforting. Wishing you and tractor man a Happy Sunday. Best Wishes.
Very nice shots! We've certainly had our fair share of rain this spring and summer.
I just like the way you said that as the plants were comforted by Mother rain. Lovely.
And isn't the fragrance of a long awaited rain just the best . . . Send it our way please!
Still waiting patiently for the rain..I know it's out there somewhere! LOL!
That last picture is stunning ...All the best Jan
Ah yes, and it keeps on making things lovely! Except when it leaves major puddles of rainwater in the center of a volleyball game!
Once again, I am envious of your rain. I am praying that our drought will end this year."/
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