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Spring rain

Sunday, 18 Mar 12 Storms 12°C / 54°F

We’ve had an incredibly dry winter here this year. Before this storm we were only at 35% of our normal precip for the year. Now that we’ve had a week’s worth of rain, I’m not sure what % we are at now. I’m not even sure how much rain we’ve been blessed with. All I know is this, there has been so much rain that my Freesia and Ranunculus blossoms are falling over from the water trapped in them! A few stems broke on my Freesia, so I cut them and brought them inside, along with a Ranunculus bloom that was water logged. The Freesia smells WONDERFUL!

I also have a water logged cat who insists on playing in the puddles on the patio rather than watching from indoors. Silly girl!

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Morgan Hill

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