Friday, May 20, 2011

Another rainy day...

The sun streaming through the east facing window woke me up today--have to admit I was a bit disoriented.  Not to fear, though, by the time my coffee was poured and my toast was buttered, it had completely clouded over.  By noon it was pouring again.

I did go out and get some garden work done in the morning--a bit of weeding, a bit of prep on the bean planting area, three tomato plants and two pepper plants in the ground.  Temperatures have really warmed up--which is not say that we won't have a big frost in the coming weeks.  I have old sheets at the ready and will listen for frost warnings.

Frost is not the concern so much as flooding, though.  The forecasts look grim--another rainy week ahead.  Sometimes it is good to live on a sandy hill and not have any kind of water view.  Well, except for what is coming out of the sky.

Whoo...big bang of thunder.  I guess I will turn off the computer and go put in some time at the library.

4 comments:

  1. We too are facing a week of rain. Last night was full of thunder boomers.
    I too keep all my old sheets. Sometimes in order to protect the plants, my property looks like a homeless camp. What we gardeners do.

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  2. odd weather all over. I was so surprised to learn that south Georgia is still in a drought. In north Georgia, we've had lots and lots (just like so many others).

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  3. This weather certainly is in keeping with the "if you don't like the weather, just wait five minutes" rule, isn't it?

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  4. I can't wait for fresh tomatoes and peppers!

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