Sunday, June 15, 2008

Stormy weather

Another round of storms.

Super saturated soil.

Flash flood warnings have been issued.


Jayne said...

Beautiful, but ominous skies Sherry. Stay safe.

Mary said...

Ooooo. Will the storms ever pass, Sherry? Be careful out there.

Cheryl said...

What beautiful skies Sherry...hope it soon passes and your gardens are well.
Stay snug.

Anonymous said...

Wonderful pictures! Great colors too.

Q said...

Dear Jayne,
I am a storm watcher. One of these days I would love to be a storm chaser...well maybe not...maybe it just sounds exciting. I probly would take shelter the minute a hook echo was seen on radar.
I have never actually seen a tornado. Lots and lots of wall clouds.

Q said...

Dear Mary,
We had had many, many thunderstorms this spring. I know you are dry and I am wet...climate you five inches of rain for a pair of Zebra Swallowtails! Is it a deal???

Q said...

Dear Cheryl,
The gardens are very wet. My soils do drain nicely but before I do any more weeding I think they need to dry out. So hard on the soils to work with them when they are wet.
Thanks for the snuggle.
I actually needed a sweater outside.

Q said...

Dear Cathy,
I heard you had a heat wave....hope the bears have moved on.
I shall pop over and catch up!

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Red sky in morning
Sailor take warning.
Red sky at night
Sailors delight.

I hope all is well and good for you Sherry.

Beautiful skies.

Q said...

Dear Lisa,
We have had a break from the rains, thank goodness.
Things are starting to dry up a little bit. I hope to get out and do some weeding this afternoon.
The weeds are "as high as an elephant's eye", lol..
Thank you for the folk lore. I love this one.

Tumblewords: said...

Glorious sky! Surely the weather shifts and changes. Spring didn't come this year and we've had only a couple of days of sun and semi-warm. Lots of flooding around here, too. Be well and happy!

Q said...

Dear Sue,
No spring?? A crazy world when spring fails to come. Last year when my spring was frozen my daughter offered hers. This was a true gift of love.
I hope some spring finds you and the flood waters depart.
Hugs and lavender tea,