"He is there not only when we cry out from the burden of sin but also when we cry out for any other reason." -Bruce D. Porter

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Flood Watch

It rains so much here. And right now since it's cold, it's always muddy as well. I thought it was funny when they announce on the radio that there was a flood watch in effect tonight. What, like we actually can get more rain? Wow! We'll see what happens. I guess it's suppose to rain pretty hard tonight. Usually the rain is a light drizzle which lasts all day long. Rarely do we get hard down pours and it's really even more exciting to have thunder! It just rumbles and keeps rolling because there are no mountains to stop it! Luckily, we are not in a flood prone area. There is a creek below the house, but we are well above it to not have to worry about flooding problems. I think it's neat that the pansies are growing right now. I wonder how long into the winter they will last, or will they last all winter until it's too hot next summer? I think I might have to go buy some for my flower pots next to the house and see what happens.

6 comments:

edsajadaha05 said...

Yea I DONT miss the rain. It was miserable.

tammy lu said...

Oh I LOVE the rain! And I miss the thunder and lightning storms so much! I can only hope to get some of that when I go home next week!

Watson & Co. said...

i love rain but only in the summer and spring! we have a winter storm warning!!! i LOVE snow!

Matt and Denise said...

Did it flood? How are the kids dealing with the rain?

Christina said...

No flooding, although the storm caused a tree to fall a block a major road and Alex's school bus was about 45 minutes late picking him up. No other dramas to report.

Sandra said...

Welcome to the EAST. Rain and more rain. Seemed to never dry out. Have you found a blanket yet covered in mildew and mold? Rebecca left some blankets outside in a pile of leaves. The mold won't wash out. =) Happy sailing!



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