Sunday Stills Challenge: Wishing for Water, But #Droplets Will Do

Here is my entry for Terri Webster Schrandt’s, Sunday Stills Challenge with the topic of Wishing for Water, But #Droplets Will Do.

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    1. We’ve had a couple inches of rain since I’ve been home. Today is a nice sunny day with blue skies. How lovely from a couple of weeks ago. The fires are still burning, but the winds are coming from the ocean which keeps my town clear. 😀

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                  1. Yep! We were supposed to be in Seattle this month but cancelled our trip in April after I lost my job. Thank goodness it worked out that way because it was super smoky the days we would have been there. We were going to Mt Rainer which my hubby has hiked everywhere there. I’ve never been out there. 😊


  1. Hi Cee, I love your take on Sunday Stills. Did you spray the flowers? They look fabulous. I hope we both get some rain soon. Our fires won’t stop until we do. Stay safe. Glad you’re back home.


    1. No I never spray my flowers. We just get that much rain here.

      We are back to stagnant air, so our air quality isn’t too good. But still nothing compared to what it was. Hopefully Monday we will get a break.

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      1. The rain makes them look so luscious. I don’t remember getting much rain there in the summer. What you need is a good stiff breeze from the Columbia Gorge. 🙂


        1. I need the winds to come from the west (Pacific) to clear our air here. That is normally the case. But we have a high sitting above us and the winds are calm that is what is giving us smoke again.

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          1. No wonder! Ours is 176 right now. I’m praying that we both get rain. Our roses at the garden look like something at a haunted house. Cobwebs, dust, aphids, dead leaves and Johnson grass mingled in one dusty bush.


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