Man, it just rained so hard here there was a new pond in the front yard, standing water outside the office window and a tree blown over next door. We lost power for over an hour. Parker was nowhere to be found but she just came home so now everything is fine.
I got home from a meeting in the middle of this storm and went to check on the chickens because the babies were out with the big girls. I don’t know, but it’s possible that my chickens are not the sharpest tools in the shed…they were all soaked! And they weren’t in the coop, they were all standing around in the run under the tarp looking at me like, “Well, we’re wet. What are you going to do about it and where are our treats?”
The rains have really been fearsome this year, and yet I don’t want to complain because drought is so much worse. The driveway is washing out, though, so we’re going to have to get more millings. If you come to visit and it looks too scary, please just drive in the grass. After Tropical Storm Fay, Alex got stuck twice and Steve and I both got stuck once. So don’t mess with the driveway but don’t let it keep you from visiting. 🙂