FUCHSIA BLOOMING – MARILYN ARMSTRONG
Just as well I took pictures yesterday when it was sunny because today we had pretty much every kind of weather minus tornados and a blizzard.
Close up — Looking better without the Doves nesting in them
I woke up to a dark, humid world. The sky was that greenish-gray color that sometimes means tornadoes, but around here usually means very heavy rain. A little sun came out, followed by rain so heavy you could not see out the window. That was followed immediately by some serious hail. Which was followed by winds and more rain until the sun came out.
Poor Owen discovered his driver’s side window wouldn’t work, so he came home covered in ice from the hail, soaking wet, and he had to seal up his window with plastic bags. What a fun day!
But all the plants got watered. We had a waterfall in the front yard which isn’t even hilly.
I took the pictures yesterday and they are perfect for today, wind, rain, hail, humidity and all.
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