Saturday, April 22, 2017

April Showers Bring May Flowers

Rain has deluged our fair city all week long.
Bucket loads of the stuff, and now we are under a flash flooding warning.
I can only hope when the merry month of May arrives, the flowers will show their gratitude.
 


 

 

10 comments:

Chip Butter said...

Wonderful rainy day pics! Yesterday's rain here has moved your way, I think. We are so happy to be getting abundant moisture at this time of year.

Kathy said...

Your rain got to us last night. What a downpour we had. Today is cool and cloudy. I'm hoping for nicer May weather for our flowers too. Beautiful pictures of your garden.

Patsy said...

How lovely your place looks, we have had more storms
last night and today, they are moving your way. Hope they
let up soon it got cold too.

L. D. said...

Your garden is so well designed. I like all the plantings and sculptures. Your spring is really there now. Our spring came early and then went away for a few weeks.

Doc said...

Yesterday we had sun and temperature of 70 degrees and today rain and cold. I am so ready for summer.

Jo said...

Jo, your garden is a paradise! Such inspiration just wandering (virtually!) through it. Enjoy your warmer weather; we're moving into winter. Greetings, Jo

Stella Jones said...

Your beautiful garden is sure to benefit from all that rain you've had Jo. Ha ha and here we are in England and we've had practically nothing for 30 days! I told Larry when he moved over here that it rained every day. Now he doesn't believe me any more!

annie said...

I can't tell you how much I enjoy your photos.
They just make me smile so much.Thanks for sharing your lovely part of the world.
I hope no flooding happened!

Betsy Brock said...

How pretty! I can't believe we're entering the last week of April already! Those May flowers will be here before you know it!

Debbie - Mountain Mama said...

I look forward to looking around more on your wonderful blog, but for now, it's time to get downstairs and get some more seeds started for the veggie garden!