We've had perfect weather the last few days.
A nice slow soaking rain.
What's so perfect about a rainy day in December?
Well, for one, the rain is helping to replenish our drought-stricken Texas gardens, although I know we have a long ways to go.
And secondly, this wonderful rain is exactly what my spring wildflowers need in order germinate this winter.
Yesterday as I strolled through my garden in the misty rain, I was so excited to see the tiny leaves of the poppies, larkspur, and bluebonnets emerging from the dampened soil.
What starts out as this....
Will soon become this....
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