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Monday, December 20, 2010

Still Raining


I got up early and drove down to the park by my house.
I just had to take a picture of the park/lake.
It is just full of sea gulls. It hasn't stopped raining
in three days. We are getting more rain today and tonight.
We have a small break on Christmas Eve then another storm
hits.

This is another view of the park. I am sure if I went down
there now it would have even more water in it.
It is starting to get cooler now so I imagine in the mountains
around us it is turning into snow.

There is another park on a street over from my house and
this is the dog park. It is full of water too. I went out to feed
my chickens this morning. The only one who was grouchy was my
white Silkie. She is a little bitty thing and she was wanting to fight
the bigger hens through the fence.

I had to laugh because the weather man is still sticking to his story
that this will be the driest winter on record in this La Nina year.
I hope your days are Merry.

~Kim~

15 comments:

  1. So much rain. Three straight days of rain is unbearable. We are having a light dusting of snow right now, but not enough to satisfy me. I'm greedy and would love an inch or two.

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  2. Kim, I heard on this evening news that there is a lot of rain coming down in your area and I was telling my husband, "That's where my blogging friend Kim lives". It's a small world isn't it. Stay high and dry. I hope that you are high enough to not get flooded at your home.
    I received your hand made gift this morning. Thanks so much for your thoughtfulness. You are very handy with the saw. I just wish everyone could see the two cute wooden Christmas Trees I received from you. I'll post it on my short blog . There... I made my wish come true. Take care.
    JB

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  3. Oh my gosh. That's incredible! I haven't seen anything like that around here, but then again we haven't been out since Saturday.

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  4. Wow! I know pictures never capture the magnitude of flooding or devastation, but that's a lot of water!

    I love that photo you're using for your header, though! Just beautiful!

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  5. Oh my!!!! We had in the mid-70's today...just beautiful and around 78 tomorrow..so I have been out walking.
    Well do you see anyone building an Ark?
    Thank care and stay dry!!

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  6. I think you need a rowboat! Yikes! Be thankful it's not snow, with that amount. I was thinking about you today. I hope your week is good.

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  7. Good grief, that is a lot of water. Stay high and dry, OK. Our forecast is calling for heavy rain and wind tomorrow with a coastal storm surge warning. Crazy December weather!
    But I arrived home from work at 8:00pm and found the cutest little package from a wonderful friend. Thank you, thank you. Your thoughtful gift ended my day on a high note.
    Kim

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  8. It looks a lot like that here. Hope you have a Wonderful week and Merry Christmas.

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  9. Sounds like your weatherman is related to ours in Texas! We are having unusually warm weather this week, in the 70's, and for your area... that is a LOT of rain! Stay on high ground and stay dry.

    Merry Christmas Kim!

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  10. You have to love the weather man. At least they are committed;))
    THAT is a lot of rain...imagine if it were snow? We could compete in a snowman competition;))

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  11. Very Merry and very sunny!

    Have a joy filled, love overflow Christmas and sing with me Happy Birthday Jesus!

    Sarah

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  12. We have a lake in our backyard now. It's supposed to rain for several more days too. Not your typical So. Cal. desert weather.
    Have a wonderful Christmas my friend :-)
    Blessings,
    Marcia

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  13. WOW...Can ya honestly believe it? We might all float away, haha...I am getting a little tired of the constant gloom. I am needing a peek at a little blue sky....Hope your days are merry too in spite of all this weather we are having. HUGS, Deb

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  14. you are always a ray of the Son in the midst of rain, sweet kim! Have a blessed Christmas!

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  15. I've been thinking about you all as the news is saying it is just pouring out there. Your pictures certainly comfirm that. I hope there isn't any flooding in your area. Stay dry and give those chickens a special treat for me :)

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