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The Rainy Season is Here

During the rainy season all the plants bloom, become lush as one’s garden tends to look like a tropical forest.

My visit to R’s garden yesterday was another delight. Every visit unearth’s gifts. Plants that I have not particularly noticed before. I have the pleasure of enjoying the plants and leaving them there. It reminds me of how we sometimes enjoy other people’s babies.

Calathea
Calathea Roseoptica
Aglaonema
Caladium

Yesterday I was drawn to plants with coloured or patterned leaves. As I looked through my photographs I noticed I had been attracted to plants with decorated leaves.

The rains during the rainy season are strong and fall in drapes. The rains are always refreshing as they soak up the heat. We wake with a cool breeze and fresh earthy smells. We’d rather that, than the hazy morning sunshine that is sometimes so scorching you forget the time of day it is.

So during this season as the plants are gratified so are we.

#SOL21 #SOLSC



4 responses to “The Rainy Season is Here”

  1. Beautiful photos! The description of the rain and the smells brought me to tropical memories.

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  2. I enjoyed your description of the rainy season. I’ve never experienced it, so it was delightful to hear about it from an emotional point of view, rather than as a statistical weather report.

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  3. What a beautiful post. I loved the pictures of the plants. Your writing always evokes so much emotion.

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  4. Ahhh….that smell of earth after a rain. There is nothing like it. And your photos are absolutely beautiful. THANK YOU for this slice.

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I am am Elementary school teacher at an International IB School in Accra, Ghana, West Africa. I write with groups of writers, such as Teach Write.

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