Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Water...Waaaaaahhhhh!

video
Rain-water sheeting off our sun-room
(ha!, make that our cloud-room) window yesterday afternoon.

The never-ending water-works continues.
I understand we were in a water deficit earlier this year.
We are no longer in a deficit.

Our lawn is cut and the next day, there's so much growth
it looks like it needs cutting again.
And one of my tomato plants drowned. DROWNED!

However...
I can't remember a greener, prettier CT spring.

O joy, our weatherman just announced
"a flood advisory for our area".

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xoabb
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17 comments:

  1. Annie, welcome to Oregon....oh I mean I hope things dry out a bit soon. enjoy the green though.

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  2. We are in the same weather pattern....and I'm sooo over it!

    But you are right about it being lush and green out there!

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  3. we in mumbai are praying for rain...

    Thank you for participating in ABC Wednesday!

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  4. Everything's lush and green here too. Our grass is on a two-week mowing cycle and it's really high but they've come today (thank God). There's 20 acres of it.
    Those movies are really cool.

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  5. I'm happy you can look on the bright--I mean the GREEN--side!

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  6. Wow! I think you all have had enough now, so you can just send it all down to us, okay? We're still in a drought, but then we always are.

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  7. Just as I was reveling in the knowledge that it did not rain yesterday I turned on the news and the weather report was on ... ''downpour in the CT'' (they even named your street!)... I said 'oh shit, Annie's community garden is mud'

    And then I thought about all the mosquito and black flies in Virginia...

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  8. We were in that never ending water cycle...now we're in double digit weather...

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  9. Oh yes...we also have lots of water...I think I am living in the tropics....heat advisory and flooding...
    Steamy stuff.
    Do drink lots of water and stay cool.
    Sherry

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  10. that was our may...my herb garden drowned and i haven't had the heart to replant it.

    hope your month gets better.

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  11. I'm drenched with you! I tried to bring the sun with me but I must have left it behind! Brrr! I am so cold! Your video looks like a sequence of Monet's paintings!

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  12. While we haven't had quite that much rain, we still have the flood advisory x 4 days now. Hang in there...the sun will hopefully come out sometime before hurricane season starts getting active.

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  13. Annie: It certainly is a funny season this year.

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  14. They say (who's they?) that we are having the worst drought in 20 years.

    Living on the dry prairies it is hard to know the difference really. For me anyway. I wasn't born here and with only 20 years experience of the place......

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  15. So, the rain it raineth every day, huh? I know how you feel, although right now in rainy England, we're having really nice weather!

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