Friday, September 02, 2005

Monsoon Season

It is so green here for the desert the monsoons have started and not the desert is blooming again. The chickens are laying eggs like crazy 10 a days now. We cannot sell enough! It appears that Lime may be a girl--no eggs yet but I have sneaky suspicion. From the porch we can see the sheets of rain as the approach. It truly is amazing and we are only getting 2-3 inches at a time. I cannot imagine what it must be like in India with 10 or more at a time.

11 comments:

Tan Lucy Pez said...

I'd love to see a picture of the approaching rain.

iamnasra said...

Thanks for taking the time to visit my blog..

I praying for you as this is the most important for you as carrying a mircale in you..Having a baby is the most greatest mircale that we are gifted with....

Take Good Care of your self

Pecos Blue said...

I will work on the picture Lucy.

Iamnasra, Thank you and I doing my best : )

Mridula said...

Rains, though all India wise they were good this year and the farmers depend on them a lot. But in my city there were at the best three to four good downpours and that is it!

How are you keeping health wise?

gulnaz said...

this was such a cute post, loved reading about the rains and the chickens. its wonderful to watch the rain frm the porch.
india is so huge, some places get many inches of rainfall and then there are some which get very scanty rainfall. we have deserets, swamps and mountains and valleys. it really is amazing! god! if i go on, it will sound like i am giving a geography lesson. toodles. :)

Pecos Blue said...

Mridula--

Doing well. I am lucky to have little or no morning sickness and now starting the 12th week so I am free of that worry. Just the Amnio that is up and coming and that is scary.

Gulanz--I have been to India once and we were mainly in the south Kerela and in Karnataka state at the base of the western Ghats. It was really pretty. I really enjoyed Halebid and Belur. I did not know about deserts though--is that north? Where do you live?

a spoon said...

thats it im never complaining about the rain in england again! or at least i will try not to :)

mermaid said...

We Californians complain about too much rain as an inconvenience, when we really no nothing about "flooding".

How are you?

jenn see said...

i love cataclysmic weather. it's the ocean in me, maybe.

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finnegan said...

Earlier: "Here comes Hurricane Finn! Here comes Hurricane Finn!"

Later: "We've learned that Hurricane Finn has been downgraded from a Level 4 to a minus 7". No need to pack your belongings.