Ahh . . . the season of rain is upon us here in the Pacific Northwest before the arrival of the long awaited flowers.
I’m hoping this spring’s rain will be short-lived—unlike last spring. We actually had rain and cold well into June. Our summer consisted of two days of ninety-plus degree weather, then back to cool weather. Not the greatest summer and a really crummy spring!
Then there’s Hawaiian rain. I’ve mentioned this before, but it rains nearly every day in the islands. That’s how it stays so green and lush. But those rains are usually very short-lived and warm. Heavier, longer rains generally fall during the night.
I sure wish Washington and Oregon would learn a lesson about rainfall from Hawaii!
Here’s looking forward to May flowers.
Mahalo for visiting!