Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries and the forthcoming And the Crows Took Their Eyes . . .
Good to know! Except this year it may be the first snow of May...does that count??????Love all the pretty pictures you've had up.Tammy
Did she happen to say how wet you have to get???
So, did you?
no rain today....but i will be watching for it...
Looks as if that might be tomorrow. I'll be certain to go out and get wet. I need all the help I can get.
It hasn't rained yet but I wanted everyone to be aware... my grandmother used to call to remind me and I've done the same with my kids -- but now they or their wives look at my blog so I figure my job is done.Ms. A, she didn't. I think that a single drop would do it but, depending on the temperature, getting really soaked might be nice.
I like this! And such a rare event in spring Washington, but I will have to wait five days for rain! - or so they say. Then I'll get wet.
Just what I needed: yes. I believe strongly in your dear grandma.
How about the second day of May. Does that count? Never heard that saying before but I like it.
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