Wednesday, December 22, 2010

and raining and raining and raining...

Ok. Seriously. Enough already.

15 comments:

Laurie said...

Oops, this post for Wednesday jumped the gun and appeared before it was supposed to. Blame it on the storm.

San Diego Farmgirl said...

Even your blog is going stir crazy! =)

altadenahiker said...

Exactly what I told my neighbor. Only I said it yesterday. (Or, according to this post, I guess I must have said it today. No wait, now I'm confused. Maybe I said it two days ago?)

Mister Earl said...

Today I thought, what if the weather never changes from this? We'll always have plenty of water, and our plants will thrive, but we'll need lots of vitamin D and suicide prevention.

Mister Earl said...

A GOOD TIME TO LET IT ALL OUT

Mister Earl said...

Laurie: Label: Gus's BBQ? ;-)

Judy Williams said...

Every day I watch the national weather, hoping to hear something different for Southern California. They are blaming it on the "Pineapple Express."

If you are unfamiliar with this phenomenon, READ THIS

Who would have thought it was Hawaii's fault?

Love your mood. Something about a somber child gazing out a window....

Laurie said...

Little Bit woke up this morning, looked out the window and said, "I think South Pasadena is under a spell."

When is this going to stop?!

Laurie said...

Oh, Earl, this shot is actually from Gus's. We braved the weather to get out for lunch yesterday and this was taken in the front of the restaurant.

TheChieftess said...

Good eye Mr E!!! Since it's the Pineapple Express, are you all wearing your Tommy Bahama's???

(some of my posts have done that recently too! Or not posted at all)

Mister Earl said...

Who said rain dances don't work.

Trish said...

I just went to check and make sure a post I set to run today had posted---it hadn't. oops.

I spent many a day standing like Little Bit, staring out the window at the rain, wondering if it was EVER going to stop? I particularly remember watching wave after wave of rain come down the street and the gutters running over their banks. Then again, I do remember being a bit older and going out in the rain to play anyway and trying to throw around a REALLY soaked NERF football...throwing is hard, catching is a soaking experience!

Shanna said...

Jim has been out front in what we sometimes call the moat, pumping water around.

He has reported seeing bubbles come up from a hole next to the front porch. Then a very wet skunk ran out.

Laurie said...

So, everyone in LA saw double rainbows in the last half hour and it's still dark and raining in South Pas. Grrrr.....

Anonymous said...

I saw all those double rainbow pics posted to Twitter while it was still pouring over here. Who would have thought mother nature would favor the westside over the San Gabriel Valley?