Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Stamp of the Day: Summer rain (we wish)

I know you are having a terrible, rainy summer, but we are longing for some rain here in NJ. Our pepper plants and flower beds are suffering, and without more rain all the chanterells are gone. I wish we had a slow, quiet summer rain for at least two nights a week, but it is getting dryer and dryer.
The stamp is named Maskmete, which means "Worm Fishing"= using worms to fish, not fishing for worms. I think the boy looks a bit like MH, EH's son.

11 comments:

LA said...

Speaking of worms......I think our cats have worms....

O.K. said...

No, that's their tails. :P

LS said...

Why do you think they have worms?

LS said...

PS, O.K., tails are hairy, worms are not :P

LS said...

Comment to the post - I meant that Sweden has a rainy summer...

O.K. said...

"PS, O.K., tails are hairy, worms are not :P"

Yes, but does LA know? ;)

LS said...

It RAINED early this morning. Now it is 'only' 96 percent humidity, so I am swimming in the air inside the house. Ick. The keyboard is sticky.

LS said...

OK, OK, gods, you can stop now. We have had enough rain today already!

O.K. said...

Air swimming, a new olympic sport? If so, the problem of helium doping might "arise".

LS said...

Funny, O.K.!

O.K. said...

How about this then? By accident I searched Websters dictionary instead of googling "Helium doping" (looking for a funny sketch). The top word suggested by Webster since it didn't find it was "humidifying"!