Friday, August 08, 2008

Storm


It is storming here this morning...very loud, booming thunder that keeps making me jump out of my skin. It's pouring so hard that these are the best pictures I could get.

Koty has to go poopy, but no one wants to take him...

10 comments:

Judi~Gmj said...

Oh, poor Koty! Someone walk the dog! I would if I was there.
Okay, long leash on open door, push Koty out, shut door and watch through the window. :)

Rachel said...

gmj- I took him poopy when the rain let up a tiny bit. It was still raining though and he wanted to sniff around out there afterwards.

We have gotten 2 inches of rain this morning.

Allen said...

We have the rain here too. It's pouring really hard but so far I haven't heard any thunder.

Martha said...

I ran into BJ's in what I thought was already pouring rain just to hear it really pick up when I got inside. It was wild!

Hey, no Teal Lake! The drain is working!

LittleT said...

Did you see the lake/river in my back yard? This amount of rain is reminiscent of a time that *somebody* drove across a neighbors yard when the street was flooded ;-)

Rachel said...

littlet- I'll never hear the end of that one! Dave was telling me that he might have to drive on Tony's yard to get outa here this morning. Lol!

Rachel said...

Oh, and I didn't see the river in your backyard... I guess I was too busy blogging. Did you see Steven standing on the deck staring into our pool forever? He's funny! I think he wanted to watch as it got deeper and deeper.

Tracy said...

oh dear. I wish we would have a good rain here. We have so much smoke in the air from the fires in California. I don't know if a good rain would help to wash out the air, but it would be nice.

kristina said...

It's been pretty dry here too. I like summer thunderstorms.

Judi~Gmj said...

Good for Koty! Sorry about the rain. here is a trusted site for Prawns. A shrimp by any other name is till a tasty crustation. :)
http://www.vitalchoice.com/category/wild-seafood/alaska-red-king-crab/pacific-spot-prawns . Note the pacific -spot - prawns? That is what is in the picture on my blog :)