…I love a rainy night I love to hear the thunder Watch the lightning When it lights up the sky You know it makes me feel good
I do love a rainy night – especially after a sunny day. I am not really a fan of several days of rain, but a rainy night is good. Very good. I love the green the rain brings. And I love how the garden looks because water from a hose just isn’t the same. Rain from the sky is magic. Green magic!
Well, I love a rainy night It’s such a beautiful sight I love to feel the rain on my face Taste the rain on my lips In the moonlight shadow
On the way home from church today I saw the cutest little girl in my neighborhood running up the driveway in her pink galoshes and pink and yellow rain slicker. She was so cute twirling her pink and yellow, floral umbrella. It took me back to the 1960s when we all owned galoshes and rainslickers and umbrellas and placed them in the cloak room at school. Yes. I am that old.
Showers washed All my cares away I wake up to a sunny day…
I saw this at church this morning:
I got permission to snap some shots of some little girls at church. I don’t know them, but aren’t they sweet?
Puts a song In this heart of mine Puts a smile on my face every time ‘Cos I love a rainy night… Yeah, I love a rainy night
Oh – and look: The Gav borrowed Aunt Stormie’s umbrella
Yeah, I love a rainy night… Well, it makes me high… I love a rainy night You can see it in my eyes….*
And as Gemma always sings: The sun will come out tomorrow…which is what I am hoping for!
But this rainy night is luscious, too.
Gemma at Cold Stone with Aunt Stormie recently. The sun always shines on GemGem.
*LYRICS: I Love a Rainy Night, Eddie Rabbit