Rain streaks baby’s cheeks

Sand path turns to cookie batter

Parched earth doesn’t care

I was walking with Vivian yesterday, at least a mile from home, when the rain started. Even though she was crying and the stroller pushed hard, it came as liquid blessing. I was thankful and hoped it would continue northward, where some farmers I know are praying for it.


flowering anise


garlic starting to scape


butterhead lettuce


smattering of beans, parsnip, snap peas, calendula, brandy wine tomatoes, herbs, rhubarb, etc



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We’ve been waiting for you Rain. Come back again soon.


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