Monday, September 08, 2014
The greater Phoenix area was hit by a monster today.
History was recorded.
A summer monsoon moved in along with the remnants of a hurricane.
Freeways were closed. Streets were flooded. Schools were closed. Many stayed home from work.
Two dozen cars were stalled, flooded and floating around in just one place on a freeway.
I woke up at 2:45 with wind and rain beating against our bedroom windows.
Charlotte and I both stirred, grunted, touched, rolled over and went back to sleep.
Around 7:00 we walked into the kitchen and looked outside.
The pool was full. The patio and yard were flooded. The weather people on television were talking like politicians. We were making history.
This is the most rain EVER in such a short period of time.
The rain has stopped----for now. The sun is shining.
We needed the rain. We just didn't need this much at one time.
Things are really going to bloom out and be beautiful now.
Weeds? Oh yes, there will be weeds----lots of them.
I'll slowly but surely kill them.
I'm thankful to God for the rain, sun and the beauty that follows.