Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Wordless Wednesday:Water

 

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24 comments:

Anne Fannie said...

That picture is everyone's worse nightmare.

Aimee said...

When I saw that picture I looked at your profile to see where you were from because it looked like a texas scene to me! I laughed when I saw S. Texas. That's where I grew up (near Alice, Corpus Christi) and scenes like that were all too common!

Linda C said...

Whoa- not the fun kind of water! Hope your damage was nill to minimal.

Linda C

Dixie said...

Was that this week? I know you guys got a lot of rain up there... missed us... but we're hoping for today... happy WW... hope all is well with you and hubby...

KBeau said...

Not good water. Fortunately, it's not flat where I live, so we don't see much of that.

Joy said...

The word "flashfloods" was invented in Texas wasn't it. Anyway, I'll take some rain right now.

Joy

Lynns Lovelies said...

This is definitely not a Fun water photo! Such a nightmare...

♥Lynn

kimmcl said...

My poor friend! We are getting pounded with rain as I write this. I choose to look at the brite side - at least I don't have to water my grass for a while (Yup, we're the only ones left in the 'hood without a sprinkler system). ~~Kim~~

Glenda/MidSouth said...

I am so sorry. :( No bad damage I hope.
Glenda

Domestic Designer said...

This doesn't look good. Hope everything is OK!

Preppy 101 said...

I hope everything is okay! I think we need words with this wordless Wednesday ;-) xoxo

Becca's Dirt said...

Hope everything is fine. That is a lot of rain.

Deb said...

a Texas sight for sure...hope everything was okay

Terry said...

Hi Laura
Happy Wordless Wednesday to you.
Oh my I think you have caught the picture of
how rain looks in Texas.
It always comes at once in a huge rush to get here than has to find another place to go to all to quickly.
Great Photo.
Thank you for sharing.
I hope nothing got hurt that spray paint can't fix !
Blessings to you sweet lady
Happy Trails

KayC. said...

Reminds me of my time in Mobile, AL. When it was raining it din't matter if you had an umbrella because the rain would bounce off the ground and you would still get soaked!

Blondie's Journal said...

Laura,

I just feel so bad for you. You certainly do not need words for this. haven't we all had the worse rains this spring?? I am in the Midwest and I have not been able to plant anything in the ground yet because it never dries out between rains.

I have no room to complain. I hope you don't have any property damage.

Thanks for stopping by last week. Your words were priceless and I am holding them close to heart.

Wishing you sunshine....

xoxo
Jane

Beth in NC said...

Oh dear, that isn't good.

A Stitch In Thyme said...

Oy... we went through this last summer and let me tell you, one of the worst things I've gone through ever. No in, no out, no electricity which meant no air, no fridge... it was horrible. I pray your water receeds soon.

Debbie's Garden said...

Hey! All that rain must mean your housework is getting done???!!!

mbkatc230 said...

Is this a current picture? I didn't realize ya'll were getting so much rain. Hope this didn't do too much damage. Even if I didn't know you were in Texas, that picture would have tipped me off right away. It seems it's either feast or famine here. Kathy

Karen ~Georgia Angel said...

Oh my, that doesn't look good at all. I've only experienced minor flooding while living in Northwest Florida. I hope that's not you having to go through that.

Boosalis Bloggle said...

That's a LOT of water!!!

Blessings,
Teri

Itajeff - Something To Share said...

This is not a fun picture. Hope everything is fine for you there.

Have a pleasant day
Lots of luv,
Ita

The Stylish House said...

Laura,
I am glad this was only a temporary problem. I definitely hope I never take a picture that looks like this of my home!
Cathy

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