Monday, May 03, 2010


Photo by SnaggleTooth May 2010

A very warm, humid early afternoon was followed by the fog dropping over the m-cove n a cool breeze. Having some trouble seeing across there...
Else where in my state I was informed that folks were roasting in the 90's. In the news you may've heard from Metro West east to Beantown, all have been boiling water due to a massive pipe problem. All the stores n businesses in that area are having trouble keeping up the bottled water supply. Sure makes you want to bottle up the emergency water for later in your spare time- (I'm so grateful to've been spared that delemna!)

Photo by SnaggleTooth May 2010


At 5:05 AM, Blogger Lynn said...

Beautiful shots. It hasn't been in the 90s yet in Georgia. Strange.

At 8:49 AM, Blogger Jannie Funster said...

You are right about bottling up on water! I've let my emergency stores dwindle, so I'll get on that.

Hasn't hit 90 in Texas yet either, well not in Austin.


Real pretty flowers!

xoxo (again)

At 8:51 AM, Blogger Blue Bunny said...

deer my snaggil, my jannie didint leeve enuff x and o so i leeeving yoo sorme mor.


hee hee

At 10:48 AM, Blogger TALON said...

We've had some warmer muggy weather - but not in the 90's! Wow! We've had the T-storms that accompany that muggy stuff. Love the shots, Snaggle! The bleeding heart is lovely. Mine is just setting its blooms right now and if the warmth continues will probably blossom this week.

At 1:26 PM, Blogger ... Paige said...

beautiful bleeding hearts (sounds like a poem's beginning)

Jannie, it has been over 90 for a few days now, down here.

and oh yeah, it is so time to store up on the water for days of hurricane season that is all too fast approaching

prayers for TN and the watering they have gotten the last few days

At 5:16 PM, Blogger LL Cool Joe said...

We don't have any emergency water supplies at all, and I always think it's a bit short sighted really.

Love the photos.

Here in the UK it's raining, so what's new?

At 1:32 AM, Blogger Snaggle Tooth said...

Lynn, thanks- No? really? It was in Western MA, not here, too close to the cool water.

JanF, I think we all should- from the tap before it goes bad! Space is my problem, everytime I run out of room to move things(like the backroom last year) the supply goes.
No? Yes they are Bleeding Hearts in BBMs yard.

BB, Jannie always leaves a warm fuzzy feeling here just like yous!

Talon, All of our plants seem way ahead here- The Bleeding Hearts are in BBMs yard. I like the form the blooms branches took in my pic. Good luck with your coming blooms!

Paige, I'd thought I might do a poem on them- but it didn'rt come to me before hitting the publish button. You've had 90s? A bit west of Jannies tho- Yes, it is almost Hurricane season already here too!
I can't belive those news pics of the tennessee flood with cars bobbing around n the school house floating away!
There's certainly alot for the heart to bleed for lately!

LLcoolJ, no? I'd like to have room for those huge bubbler bottles after what just happened to millions less than an hours drive away- A 10-foot pipe from the reservoir failed. thanks- I wonder if you can safely drink the rainwater-


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