It never rains, it pours

I took these photos yesterday in our garden to make the most of the flowers that were trying so hard.

Storm Jorge is on its way so I am not holding my breath that there will be anything left afterwards.  This might be our only glimpse of Spring.

Apparently the storm has been classed as a “Weather Bomb”, which does not bode well.

I have now looked this meteological terminlogy (or is it slang?) up and it means, apparently, two month’s worth of rain!

I could do without this.  At the storm’s worst (11.20), I will be at the Vet with BeAnne who is not herself at the moment.  Her symptoms are she is not eating with her usual enthusiasm and drinking more (my OH noticed – I hadn’t).  Something may be going on.  We went for a walk on the hill this morning to see if it would cheer her up a bit.  She bounced along happily so I just don’t know.

Anyway, I am worrying and totally overthinking this now.  Her Maj is 14 and she has to live forever.  She knows that.


8 thoughts on “It never rains, it pours

  1. Sam

    Keeping BeAnne in my thoughts and hoping it is just a glitch. And hoping your “weather bomb” turns out to be a dud. (One can hope!)

  2. Morg

    I’m eternally jealous of places that get flowers this early in the year. It’s -15°C. with the windchill, we just got 40 or 50 cms. of snow and it’s still snowing. I don’t get flowers until May! I hope yours survive your incoming weather wildness.

  3. diane in northern wis

    Oh how lucky you are to have both crocus and snow drops showing up! We are months away from that here! Sure hope BeAnne is going to be ok. Hope you make it through the weather bomb ok too!

  4. Shelley

    What a month Frances! I’m certain that the Vet can help ‘her Maj’ and fix what ails her…if anything. She looks quite sound and majestic in the photo!


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