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The FL rain has turned my lawn into rabbit (hare) food!

The rain has been somewhat annoying these past few weeks. Raining a bit even on days when no rain was expected to be in the forecast by weathermen...I never really listened to them anyway. This is FL, rainy season, so I guess it's to be expected.

I love how green it has made my grass, but with the grass getting a drink of water so often, my kids don't get a chance to play in the yard, they're usually stuck on the patio playing basketball since it's covered. Yesterday was very hot and humid, so I took out the water slide for my kids to enjoy some part of the summer and after about an hour and a half of fun, a dark cloud came over and ended the water games. By then I had already finished working in my garden so I just sent them inside and cleaned up. After just 30 minutes the sky was blue again and the rain seemed to be a distant memory, but my boys already took their showers so there was no way I was letting them back outside!

The confusing weather meant no more outdoor fun for us for the evening but, looky looky. I spy a rabbit eating something in the grass, or grass? I dunno. Whatever it was it had a stem with multiple leaves. Oooh, good thing it wasn't something from the garden I worked hard on, or some vulture somewhere would be eating 'hare stew'. (continue)

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