The densest thing in Western Washington these days? Rain. According to a news article earlier this week, almost 16 inches of rain fell in our area in February and March. That’s the most rain we’ve had in those two months in 120 years. Let’s hope it’s 120 more before it happens again.
April has started in typical fashion: rain. But, at least we can chant, “April showers bring May flowers,” which sounds all hopeful. In between showers today I went out into the yard to find “dense.” So much to choose from: moss, trees, ferns. However, I found myself captivated (which means I took a lot of photos) by the rain drops so perfectly held in the long leaves of a lily plant. If rain is going to be dense it should at least be pretty.