Reflexions by Joyce Creed
Yes, rain can make everything shine..and the smell can be wonderful too on the tarmac and the grass..we are not short on rain here but you have captured the shine perfectly..Jae
a nice take on shine, although now im thirsty!
what a blessing! Rain is needed so badly this year in so many places! I hate watching the news about the wildfires - people losing so much in such hard times. I am so glad you are getting rain!
What a great outlook on this rainy spring! Sweet.
Rain can be magical, especially if you have been needing, and waiting for it.
These are superb and shining.smilesHappy Sunday.
Loved our damp Easter miracle.
Everyone loves the sun but what better that to walk in the rain. To see the earth lap up the moisture to revitalise the earth and stir new life into being. Everything in it's season but hopefully not to much!Great post Lilibeth.
It's really refreshing Lilibeth! Nice piece of writing.
As an Aussie, I sure know what you mean. We live on the driest landmass on the planet.
Parched and faint make me feel dehydrated. Thank God it poured. I can see the glint of sun shining in a raindrop :)
I forget that rain deserves praise. I get bogged down, depressed by it. Yet, when it's the middle of summer and the heat comes in unrelenting waves, I miss that rain I cursed in spring. Isn't it always the way?
The best part of a soaking rain in spring is that the worms come out to play! Sure, they smell a bit ripe, but they are such industrious, peaceful little critters. I loved this, Lilibeth, and thanks!Amyhttp://sharplittlepencil.wordpress.com/2011/04/25/new-to-this-church-easter-2011/
These are gorgeous, Lilibeth! Beautiful post. So encouraging.My Blog
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