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Sunday, March 24, 2013

Wellies Mandatory

We have been deluged with rain today.
Cold, wind-driven rain, the ground is soaked, the creeks are overflowing their banks.
The flowers however are happy.




16 comments:

rusty duck said...

Thermals mandatory in England..

Terry said...

Carhartt weather here.

Marilyn said...

It's a snow shovel here that is mandatory. But the flowers will be happy later on!♥♫

Tweedles -- that's me said...

I love looking at your happy flowers.
Mother Earth is stiring the world right now with wonder--- and your wonder is beautiful.
love
tweedles

Michelle said...

We have had the same weather. I am missing the sunshine!

Ginny said...

Snow tonite\tomm for PA :-(.

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Snow here this evening, but spring is coming despite that!

PS: THANKS for your good thoughts for our new girl!!

Nellie said...

We have had heavy rain here, too! There is also a chance for snow showers mentioned in our forecast for overnight!
Stay dry and warm!

DeniseinVA said...

We are going to have snow. Where is this Spring weather? Hot chocolate, here I come :)

Janneke said...

I see a lot of water has fallen at your place. Here it is still freezing cold with ice crystals along the canal on the reed. Lovely picture of the blooming Cercis of your former blog, I am looking forward to my flowering Cercis but that will take at least another six weeks.

L. D. said...

Tut Tut, looks like rain! Christopher Robin would definitely need his umbrella down there.

Susie said...

Jo, Your flowers are so pretty. We have a ton of snow right now...but we'll be wearing boots at the end of this week, I am sure. The sun is trying so very hard to shine right now...Oh boy can't wait. xoxo,Susie

John Gray said...

Jo what is the american nickname for Welles?

richies said...

As long as the flowers are happy! :)
An Arkies Musings

A Brit in Tennessee said...

John:
Mostly rain boots or mud boots, but American's know that British people refer to those boots as Wellies or Wellington boots.
~Jo

Willow said...

I always say ~ nothing better than a good pair of Wellies on a rainy day !