Tuesday, July 18, 2017

We Live in a Rain Forest

No drought this year!  Seems like every day for the past three months we get some form of rain, usually in the form of a thunderstorm. 

No matter where I am, the clouds start to gather and thunder starts to rumble, the skies open up.  

It has now switched from afternoon to evening and night.  One of the benefits of living in an isothermal belt?

The downside, lots of mud and squishy ground.

Steamy car windows.

Threats of tornadoes.

Flooded pathways.

There is an upside!  Beautiful moss on the bricks.

Roadsides lined with sunflowers, since we do get sun every day, too!

Lots of delicious tomatoes!
This week in rescue.  Scotch spent a night with us before going to my friend Denise in Houston with Houston Chow Chow Connection.  

For a laugh, Denise's chow sporting a Trump comb-over!

James Brown?  As I write, my kitchen floor is being sanded by Jake, reno photos to come!

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