Through drought and flood, we pray for it to come, but not too much.
The singer-songwriters in the Texas Hill Country echo the refrain of rain ...
"You can't eat hope and you can't drink doubt ... six years in to a seven year drought"
Seven Year Drought, Jamie Lin Wilson
"Come on clouds, don't get tired ... rain all night, rain all night"
Rain all night, Walt Wilkins and the Mystiqueros
"Peaceful sleepin's livin' proof ... nothing sounds like an old tin roof and rain"
It's only rain, Jimmy "Daddy" Davis
"It was dry in 1930, an' it was dry in '32 ... don't need a New Deal handout, a little rain'll do"So here's hoping for a week's worth of rain patches ... sweet and steady and slow.
A little rain'll do, Cody Canada
Meanwhile, this is Don's latest assemblage ...
Originally titled "No one" ... then "One and Done ... briefly B[one] Dry ... and finally,"Bone Dry."
The bone dominoes were one of my first By the Bridge purchases (though at the time I had no idea what to do with them). The board came from Junkology. And the the longhorn, ironically, was a gift from Virginia. The key to the joke is the key.