In Liberty Hill, Texas
Welcome to our daily journal. Share it with your friends.I went put on the storm to move the tub under the lowest edge of the awning.It’s not easy capturing photographic evidence of the amount of rain pouring down on our steps.I saw several snails slowly sliding through the rain. And why shouldn’t they? They have built in umbrellas.This what that “marginalized” storm dropped on us in less than an hour. And I didn’t get the tub under the drip during the hardest part of the rain.Though the rain slowed, we still managed to harvest more rainwater. That means it will be laundry day soon. We now have the water. So now we wait for sunshine.Watch Tom’s video “It’s a Rainy Day”It has been dark most of the afternoon. I keep thinking it must be close to bedtime. I am sure that is partially due to not accomplishing anything all day. Wait, that’s not true. I moved a tub and an ice chest under the dropping awning. Yay!Thanks again for stopping by. See y’all again tomorrow. Stay safe. We love you.
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Day 224, in Texas.Days being self isolated