Monday, June 6, 2011

Just Can't Win Today

Not a good day for people with allergies. The winds have shifted and the smoke from a wildfire in Dare County is blowing back our way.

And then I was right about cutting the wheat field today. All kinds of dust is going on across the road. I won't even mention the pile of trash my husband burned while I took my mom to the doctor this morning.

This pretty pink petunia was a volunteer that came up at my back door. I planted it in this pot and put it on the front porch.

We need some rain to settle the dust and put out that wildfire.

6 comments:

Pat said...

That's a lot of dust! Ha, Ha! I know about men and their fires!!!
Hope the rain comes soon!

Pen Pen said...

Yuk on dust and smoke... get your gas mask out. LOL I had a petunia to volunteer in a pot from last year; I was so excited. Those things don't happen to me very often. :o)

Renie Burghardt said...

My allergies have been acting up too. I live on a gravel road, and with the dry, scorching hot weather, there is plenty of dust. I'm coughing and sneezing. Achoo, and God bless me. You, as well, Ann.

Ms. A said...

Hope you get some rain, soon, to settle things down. We got a threat, but not more than a tiny sprinkle. Very tiny. Thankfully, the temp dropped about 10 degrees. We're frying here.

imac said...

Hope you get your rain soon so the dust settles, Im off to have a bonfire lol.

Margaret Cloud said...

This is a bad time of the year for allergies and as you mentioned from the wildfire and the farmers working in their fields.