It did rain - pouring, pounding, can't-sleep-at-night-because-of -the-noise rain all yesterday. So much for the garden (outside). I did weed and do some maintenance in the greenhouse - mostly have tomatoes and jalapenos right now, and a whole lot of papaya seedlings. (I need to get those in the ground). My green onions are starting to shoot up inside - I think the rain has them cowed outside, even though I planted them at the same time.
It was just as well, because I was pretty tuckered out from the Maui trip on Friday and the workshops on Saturday. I made one quinoa, lentil and cruciferous vegetable salad and that was the extent of my home-making for the weekend.
I did rescue a screaming lamb from the horse stall. Mom was outside, both babies were inside, and they couldn't seem to get it together - so I chased the babies out and although they didn't want to cross the sea of mud, they skedaddled when mom came close.
The reading at church was about the Good Shepherd - as usual, I reflected on how Jesus probably knew more about sheep (and how loud and pushy and needy they are) than most people do nowadays. I had half a mind to invite the priest home to check out the sheep, just so he'd have a more informed perspective on sheep when he did his homily.
Now that I am back at work, it is quite sunny - except for the brief instance when I went out to my car to get something - it sprinkled right then. I am beginning to take this personally.