Ohmygawditsraining!

Quick!  Run for buckets!
A delightful, if brief, surprise.
 

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  1. I collected 2.5 5 gallon buckets full over night here. Plus I don't have to water this weekend ! Glad the storm (small though it was) moved down your way.

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  2. It looks like you got more than we did. I had a bucket in hand to stick under the rain chain but what we got was more like spit than an honest to goodness puddle-producing shower.

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    1. My (small) bucket (halfway) runnethed over.

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  3. So glad you had some rain. We have had many storms lately, then a brief two days of sunshine, last night it rained again and the fragrance was beautiful.
    xoxoxo ♡

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    1. Happy news that you have been getting rain! The garden the morning after a rain--there is nothing better. Perhaps our next rainy season will be the one to break the drought.

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  4. Yay rain, may you have much more of the wet stuff.

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  5. With the drought and water restriction there every bit of rain is appreciated :)

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    1. Absolutely! And when it is overcast and cool, there is no need to irrigate.

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  6. Hoov, I was at the Huntington when it started pouring buckets, a real deluge. I immediately called home to celebrate, which is when I learned that we were getting zip from the storm. Those foothills! I had to buy an umbrella in the Huntington gift shop. Plant sale was about the same stock as the aloe talk.

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  7. It poured here last night -- for a while, anyway -- and filled a big tub and a half. Yay rain!

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