My contribution for this week’s challenge…
After several weeks of forecasting rain
it actually came last night and early this morning
At breakfast time the sky was dark …
Which meant that peeking out to see if Maggie
was waiting for her breakfast was a formality.
her breakfast or even the treat I have given,
each morning, her since we moved.
Soxie had some of it but now returns to keep Maggie company.
With lightning flashing vividly “in our back yard”,
Maggie was happy to be treated
to one of Soxie’s head butts.
It was one less eye and ear to see and hear to storm..
Now at 0945 Maggie is still claiming ownership
to her bed and has not eaten breakfast,
even though the thunder is retreating.
It was a treat to listen to the rain.
We had 8 points in mid September and
tipped out 32 points this morning.
The first measurement for October, on average,
our wettest month.