Thanks to E.A. Blair for suggesting this wonderful new product...and illustration. We're planning on introducing more of your favorite wingers on Flakies boxes because...well, because every wingnut deserves the recognition.
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Creating that last illustration reminded me of how much I love rain. It calms me and fills me with a sense of peace. I haven’t done it in a while but I used to take great joy in taking walks in summer rainstorms – barefoot, no umbrella and always making sure to step in every puddle I’d come across.
When the kids were little, one of our fun things to do would be to go out on the back deck in the middle of a downpour and get soaked to the skin. Often it was against their mother’s wishes who’d concern herself with trivial stuff like wet clothes and pneumonia. I was less concerned about such matters. It was our way of being naughty without being bad and these many years later, the kids still speak of the fond memories those times evoke. I miss those times.
Below is one of my favorite pics.
The other thought that comes to mind is that I haven’t heard Jose Feliciano’s Rain in the longest of times. Love that song.
Hope you all have yourselves a great weekend…and if it happens to rain wherever you are, consider taking a long wet walk outdoors. And don’t forget to listen to the falling rain as you step into those puddles.