Tuesday, March 9, 2010

If you don't like the weather in Texas...wait a minute...it will change...

It drizzled and rained all day yesterday...
stopped for a little while...

the birds started flying in...
my trees were covered...

the were chirping and squaking...
then boom...a spring storm blew in...
this is what it looked like after the storm...

the sun...hadn't seen it since Saturday...

what a change from the gray...dreary day...

you can see the reflections in the puddles..

isn't it beautiful...

what a glorious day.....was hoping for a rainbow...
but this was just as nice....

10 comments:

mbkatc230 said...

Boy Deb, that is the truth! It rained all day yesterday, was cold and raining this morning so I threw a pot roast in the crock pot. Of course, now it's 74 degrees and sunny! Not complaining, the weather is gorgeous, but holy cow it can't seem to make up it's mind! Your photos are beautiful, I really love the reflection shots (naturally) and the birds in flight is a great capture! Kathy

Sue said...

Okay, I will quit complaining about our Southern CA weather! It is a bit more predictable than yours. I love your grandson's unltra sound pix. It is so amazing what technology can do. When is he due?
Take care, Sue

Joy said...

Deb I can count on you to make mudpuddles beautiful. You always make me smile when I visit you.

Yes, here in Texas we get to enjoy it all huh sometimes in a matter of minutes.

♥ Joy

Tara said...

You are right on about Texas weather. Today was beautiful, a little windy, but sunshine was nice and bright. Needed that burst of Vitamin D.
Hugs,
Tara

Tracey said...

Sounds a little like Florida weather....

Darla said...

It's hit and miss rain showers here this week...I love the photos of the train and the train tracks.

Carol said...

Beautiful skies and reflections!

Debbie said...

Deb, what a great story in picture form! Love it! Enjoy your day. We have storms coming our way again. Ten days til spring!

♥ Kathy said...

That 3rd picture is absolutely beautiful (all of them are but that's my favorite :D)

Cheryl said...

Now we say the same thing here in Maine!