40 Daysies' Crazies

Remember way back in Sunday School, or summer camp for those of us who were camp counselors, all the songs we'd sing? If I could figure out how to upload a .wav file, today's blog would be an audioblog. But I can't, so it's not.

There was one song that's been stuck in my head for quite a while now. Let me hum a few bars for you...

The Lord said to Noah, There's gonna be a floody, floody.
Lord said to Noah, There's gonna be a floody, floody,
Get those animals out of the muddy, muddy, children of the Lord...

Everyone I talk to, whether they're in Seattle or Chicago or Texarkana or near Chattanooga, is starting to mold behind the ears because of all the rain. Our friend in the Southwest is complaining about the cacti not blooming for lack of water. I'd be more than happy to send her some of ours. What's up with the weather?

My backyard has become a haven for robins. Why? you ask? Because all the worms have been forced to the surface by all the rain and the birds are having a field day feeding their youngun's. They're the one creature that is loving this weather. The rest of us are exhibiting the same tendencies of Noah and his brood...

It rained and poured for forty daysies, daysies.
Rained and poured for forty daysies, daysies,
Nearly drove those people crazies, crazies, children of the Lord...


  1. Nice to have Robins in the backyard.

  2. "Gimme gas in my Ford, let me putt-putt for the Lord. Gimme gas in my Ford, I pray. Gimme gas in my Ford, let me putt-putt for the Lord. Let me putt-putt 'til the judgment day! Sing, Hosannah! Sing, Hosannah! Sing, Hosannah to the King of Kings..."

    Yep, I loved me some Lakeview Methodist Assembly (camp).

  3. Hey I know that song! kinda The kids sang it in Sunday School this year. Ya it's a fun one (insert sarcasm)

    I'm SO ready for the sun to shine!

  4. It has rained a lot here in Oregon. I am ready for some serious sunshine. I guess that we are going to get three days of it before we head back into the rain again next week. I will take what I can get and admire my webbed feet.