Soggy March Afternoon

drippy

March weather is unpredictable in Quimperland – sometimes nice and sometimes damp…

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wet

…today it was absolutely wet.

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Lupine

The lovely lupine leaves collect a big raindrop in the middle, and tiny pearls along the edge…

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Grape Hyacinth

…and spidery little grape hyacinth leaves are protecting the flower cones, just emerging into the showers of rain.

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Lost!

Oh dear – Henrietta lost a button…

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Button in the Pinks

…but Floradora found it in amongst the mound of new dianthus leaves.

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Hellebores

They dashed back through the dripping Hellebores to the cupboard…

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stitch

…and Henrietta stitched the button back on.

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13 thoughts on “Soggy March Afternoon

  1. Raining here also. I encourage our Woodens to go outdoors but they prefer dry weather. I enjoy going out in the rain. The colors seem more vibrant in the rain or mist. I’m glad Henrietta found her button.

  2. Lots of rain here…my girls and I are very admiring of the lovely raincoats worn by Henrietta and Floradora Almost
    makes a walk in the rain desirable! (we are also having a lot of rain…torrents of rain!!)

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