Spring rain

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I’m taking the day off from posting to work on my taxes.
Yes, I’m actually one of the 50.5% of Americans who still pay federal income taxes! Not only that, but each year my husband and I spend hours just gathering and collating the paperwork, which we then take to our guy at H&R Block who does our taxes.
So not only do we pay taxes to the IRS, we pay someone to prepare our taxes for the IRS.
Isn’t Amerika great?
I leave you now with some pics I took of Spring breaking out in my garden.
I dedicate the pics to a special reader, Beverly.

This is the same crab apple tree, but in sunlight, taken a day before the rain:


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  1. Glad you like it, Steve! 😉 LOL

    • 1. “Exempt income” – 26 CFR 1.861-8T(d)(2)(ii)
      2. “Income that is not” – 26 CFR 1.861-8T(d)(2)(iii)
      Loves ‘dem taxes 🙂 Likes teh pictures more !

  2. The crabapple tree is beautiful and reminded me of one we had when we lived in NJ. Our taxes were done this week too. I wouldn’t mind so much if I thought the government was using the funds wisely!

  3. All I can do is fantasize about sitting in your garden, having a cup of coffee and smelling the blossoms after a slight drizzle. What beauty God gave us to appreciate…that is if one takes time to smell the coffee…er roses I mean!

  4. I’ve made no secret about the fact that I’m mildly obsessed with your yard and roses, Eowyn. You should be a professional photographer. The rainy day middle pic above just “speaks” to me. Thanks.

    • I’m so happy you like these pics of God’s creation. Thanks for the compliment, but I’m no professional photog! It’s all the digital camera’s doing. 😀

  5. Are you referring to the one on the left, in foreground, with little pink blossoms? It’s a crab apple tree. There are two in the front garden. 😀


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