As I write this morning a little rain shower is bringing some much needed water to our soil, grass and garden. It’s probably not a whole lot as of yet, but much appreciated.
The clouds are keeping things cool for a while longer. The sun has risen, but is out of view behind the clouds. Looking at the grass it almost looks greener already. Of course, that means mowing will be coming up soon. Of course I haven’t mowed my yard in nearly a month; and it needs it. It looks scraggly and dusty.
Yesterday afternoon our outdoor thermometer was showing 126 degrees with the sunlight hitting it; and when you were in the sun it felt every bit of it too.
I still like Summer. Its heat can be deadly if we don’t take precautions such as drinking a lot of water, not overdoing ourselves in outdoor activities – whether it’s work or play. What ever you do never leave your children or any disabled person in the car. It gets hot enough inside a car to bake cookies. I saw a news report where a man did just that in Springfield, MO. yesterday afternoon.
Thank the LORD for the rain shower we’re getting now; and for the ones to come.
We need them on the banks of Flat Creek, and every where else.