The Rainy Day By Season

A Rainy day takes on different meanings depending on the time of the year:
A rainy day means time away from the garden during the summer – a day without weeding.

The same day can be a dreary reminder of a fading season during the Fall.

During the winter, a rainy day offers the possibility of an icy road.

But, oh, during the spring, it brings forth smells of the garden, and possibilities of green prospects, and a burgeoning future.

I guess you know which is my favorite.

3 Replies to “The Rainy Day By Season”

  1. I’m right there with you. This winter season, we’ve had ridiculous swings in temperature and precipitation—a lot more rainy/icy days than I’d like with more forecasted again this week. Let’s save it for the spring instead when we want our gardens to grow.

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