Tuesday, March 28
We had a few rainy days this week – Tuesday being one of them.
I love a rainy day – as long as I can stay inside.
I guess “drippy” is a good description of the day.
Then, as always happens, the rain stopped, and the birds came looking for food.
Thursday, March 9 – A rainy day
Saturday, March 11 – It looked like springtime
TI think the migrating geese thought that springtime had arrived.
Today it is frigid with blowing snow. (Pictures to come in the near future.)
When I saw these two walking around our two-mile block this morning, I thought, “Now that is dedication to walking.”
Friday Evening, October 21
Because of a beautiful evening sky, I walked outside in the rain to get a few pictures.
After taking this picture, I turned around to walk toward the house and saw a beautiful rainbow.
Then, almost as quickly as it arrived, it was gone. I think it lasted only one or two minutes.
The last week of July
I’d rather see a hummingbird.
Hey, squirrel that is my chair.
It is so warm these days that the suet is melting.
A rain like this in summertime makes farmers smile.
It also makes our flowers smile.
The sun is shinning and it’s still raining – a sure mix to create a rainbow.
Above our house.
I had to walk down the road to get a better view.
I love having fresh, local fruit for breakfast. There is no better way to eat fruit than when it has never been in a refrigerator.
Now I know why the bird feeders are being emptied so quickly.
Debbie, do you need any more pets!
When I noticed that rain was coming, I went outside with my camera and was surprised to be standing in sunshine and hearing the pelting of rain on my brothers’ barn roof just a quarter mile away.
The rain is coming across the cornfield.
It was interesting to be standing in rain and seeing a bright sky in the east.
Then it was over – just like a large rotating sprinkler had gone through our woodlot.
I have seen hummingbirds all summer but have rarely gotten a photo of them.
One of the beautiful, ever-changing days of summer.
Tuesday, May 21
Every now and then there is a morning that takes my breath away.
This is the area we cleaned up the day before. If you look in the background – just a bit right of center – you can see the remains of the burn pile still smoking.
I love a beautiful, warm summer morning after rain.
Wednesday, December 2
“I’ve learned that you can tell a lot about a person by the way she/he handles these three things: a rainy day, lost luggage, and tangled Christmas tree lights.”
Tuesday, December 1
One of my favorite rainy day quotes:
The best thing one can do when it is raining is to let it rain.
I love pretty raindrops on a late fall day.