One Wet Sunday

I loved every. single. drop!

I waited for a little let up in the rain and then I laced up!

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It was beautiful outside.

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We are not blessed with weather like this often enough.

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I took advantage of every second I was out.

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I turned off my iPhone music just to listen to the rain.

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Thank goodness I brought my umbrella.

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It makes me miss Oregon more than ever.

Go Ducks!

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The California ducks are loving it as well.

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The lake was so pretty in this different weather.

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Hey, that’s not how this works.

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I really need that umbrella cause it opened up!

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It just continued to pour for the whole hour I was out there!FullSizeRender14

What a difference a day makes.

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Gracie waited at home warm and cozy for me.

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I didn’t leave the house at all on Sunday after my walk.  I stayed by the Christmas tree, lit candles and found some free old movies on demand.

Didn’t spend a dime!  Yes!

What a wonderful way to spend a rainy, Sunday afternoon.

How was your Sunday?

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6 thoughts on “One Wet Sunday

  1. It rained up here as well, and while I didn’t love it quite as much as you did (I had stuff I wanted to get done outside that the rain interrupted), we need it so desperately I will happily reschedule.

    Love the pictures of your fluff buckets! Having never been a cat provider before, I am finding our three adoptees rather perplexing. Slowly but surely they are eaching coming around more and more.

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