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Saturday, 9 April 2016

Dance

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I put my washing out on the line.  Shut the door and it started to pour.

Nothing is more effective at bringing on rain, than me putting my washing out.

Your welcome...  

Maybe I should put myself out to tender, 'Rain Caller, no need for dancing'.  

Have a good weekend.

Be kind.


9 comments:

lovelygrey said...

Happens to me too. It''s as if you're making a little gift to the rain gods! x

galant said...

We got caught in a shower of hailstones this morning, in Torbay (the "English Riviera"!) in April! I don't remember being caught in a hailstone shower before, I'd not realized that the tiny slivers of ice are like needles hitting the face!
It's sunny again now, but the ice is still lying around the garden.
Margaret P

Sol said...

Ha Ha Lovelygrey, that is exactly it.

Margaret, from my memories it always rains in Devon. Hails too. But only snow once in my lifetime.

galant said...

Oh, we've had our share of snow at times, too ... but the rain makes Devon so green!
Margaret P

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PioneerPreppy said...

Me having a day off seems to bring the rain too. Maybe we can form a partnership?

Sol said...

Hey PP, I hear California and some parts of Australia havent had rain in years. I think we would make lots of money.

Jo said...

Oh, isn't it always the case. I usually put mine out, the rain starts so I fetch it all in again and then the sunshine decides to come out again.

Sol said...

Hi Jo, welcome to my blog. For sure, you bring it back in BLUE SKY seconds later.