Rainy Day

It’s the wettest start to summer I can remember. Gloomy, but the garden seems to be enjoying it. The gardener, less so.

According to the weather forecast, I’ll spend the day with words—writing, reading, with maybe a trip to the bookstore thrown in somewhere. Not a bad way to spend a day.

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Word wrangler. Photo taker. I'm here early most mornings with one of my photos and a few words about life and those thin places where faith intersects.
2 comments
  1. Rainy days make for sharp photos and a chance to “cocoon.” 🙂

  2. It rained and rained in May and most of June. Long grass, bushes grew, but now it quit totally and turned hot and browning. Tender for a wildfire. Humidity unusually high this morning so hoping.

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