In recent years, we’ve reached this point in Spring with worries about another dry season.
Not this year.
The ground is saturated, rain continues to come in buckets and even Mountain Lake is filling back up.
A warning from the National Weather Service warns that flooding is possible if the expected thunderstorms roll into the area on Thursday and Friday.
Which begs the question: How much is enough? Our driveway looks like an aerial view of the Grand Canyon, the stream at the bottom of our yard threatens to overrun the already soaked grass and area around it and the weatherman keeps talking about more and more rain.
I’m not ready yet to start chanting "rain, rain, go away," but if this keeps up I’m liable to stand out in the middle of the storm, look to the heavens and scream "enough already!"