Not so this week. It rained for four days straight, so I had an eventful week. My hair got wet when I went to Walmart.(Wet hair spray makes for some truly unattractive hair.) My jeans got mud- splattered. I had to wear my snow boots in the garden. ( I don't own a pair of rain boots. In Utah? Pshaw!) But when it stopped raining and the sun broke through the clouds, I did what any sane 21st century woman would do--I grabbed my camera!
I love the drop of rain ready to spill off that leaf.
Our house isn't toothpaste any more--it's mouthwash!
Can you smell it?
First thing up in the garden every year--radishes!
Our back yard is very "rustic."
Winter boots. Yup, I put in this stone pathway myself.
Okay, I may be kind of hokey, but I love taking pictures of random objects. Especially when they're wood, and even more especially when they're wet.
Chives growing among the plum trees.
Boundary line between our yard and the neighbor's. A very woodsy feel.
More wet wood. Yum.
The herb garden.
Stump used for sitting around the fire pit.
Have you even noticed that all streets on TV shows are wet? That's because water makes everything more dramatic and crisp.
Grandchildren are especially cute in the rain.
My Mother's Day flowers in my favorite color.
And the very best thing about rain?