Thursday, July 12, 2007

Just Call Me Noah's Wench

Near 'bout floating here. This is how it looks in my front yard after it rained 5 inches in just under an hour. (about 20 minutes ago) . That stream over on the far side of that bare tree there has a road under it. The back yard looks like a lake too.

14 comments:

Joan said...

We have the same stuff here, it's been such an inpredicable year, one minute it's raining and the next the sun comes out. Let's not even talk about all the tornado warnings..oy..

Hope you are feeling better, I was thinking about you today.

Joan said...

inpredictable I think not, unpredictable yes.

Mary Lou said...

Man! Looks a bit wet there! We finally got rid of the rain, and now we have the HEAT! so watch out. IT's coming.

Leslie said...

You know it's wet when you can launch small ships from your yard!

Cal said...

Five inches in an hour! I shall immediately stop complaining about the feeble by comparison rainfall we've been having! Hope you're not in any danger of flooding.

AndiePandie said...

Yikes! But once the heat kicks in it'll probably dry up but good. No crops got ruined did they?

Brenda said...

We know for sure that 1600 acres of soy beans are gone. They're under 4 to 5 ft of water from the 6 inches of rain they got down on the farm the other day.

cassie-b said...

That's a lot of rain. I guess it means you're stuck at home for a while.

Cas
or maybe not.

jazzi said...

No wonder you've been feeling "Arthur" lately.

Wait. That doesn't sound good.

You know what I mean!

Sweetie said...

Whoa!! It's crazy everywhere. Take care, Ms. Brenda.

Mr. Fabulous said...

You know, I bet if I actually called you "Noah's Wench" you would kick me in the jewels...

Tine said...

I'll send you our heat :) I really don't want it here ;-)

katerina said...

Well, we got a shit-pile of baseball-sized hail. That would have done a number on all your purdy fleurs.

Attila The Mom said...

Holy cats! Hope you didn't get any basement flooding!