Yesterday one of those summer thunderstorms came out of nowhere. The sky was black as coal, and the winds horrendous. My neighbor's garden shed came barreling through the yard, upside down no-less and finally came to rest at the base of a tree.
I thought the tornado sirens would have sounded, but we never did hear them, and the noise of the wind would have surely drowned them out.
I'm not a fan of this kind of weather.
Today the sunshine has returned, at least for now.
Blue skies and sunshine and finally a chance to return to the garden.
Farmers are trying to get their hay baled.
Baling wet hay is just asking for trouble.
I'm hoping the garden angel will steer away any further storms.
I like to dot solar-powered lights and whimsical pieces between the flowers and plants.
This sweet little bird faucet lights up at night, and looks like bubbling water is flowing from it's spout.
That's all the water we need right now.