Sibling Assignment #41: Do I Enjoy Rain?

Inspired by a rainstorm in Eugene this week Raymond Pert gave us this Sibling Assignment: "Do You Like or Enjoy Rain?" My answer is YES! Here is the video I put together to illustrate why I do enjoy the rain. How about you? What do you enjoy about the rain? You will find my siblings' assignments here and here soon.

16 comments

  1. This must have taken a long time to put together. The pictures are absolutely beautiful and music is very fitting. I love that song.
    The pets looked all so content. The greyish cat with the darker spots is a spitten image of my Jackie. My cat's a little thinner. She's still young, maybe she'll fatten up. Yours look so cuddly!
    It's raining here at the moment and I think I'll curl up with a good book!

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  2. Anonymous22.10.07

    I like the rain for the sake of the rivers and gardens. Otherwise I'm not too fond of it. I love the fall once I get used to the sadness of summer being over.

    Nice collection!

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  3. Loved it! Your home looks so cozy with the fire and the animals and the comfort food! Maybe you should have a retreat there. I'd come!

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  4. I absolutely out of this world loved your presentation.

    HOW, tell me HOW, did you do it????

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  5. Thanks to all of you for the comments.
    pamela: I use Windows movie maker... if I could figure it out- trust me- anybody could. It is actually fun to play around with.

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  6. Well, I loved your presentation too..but I love the way Pamela said it :) So where do you find Windows Movie Maker? It's neat!
    You did a wonderful job.
    I love to hear rain on the roof while I snuggle in bed, or curl up in an armchair with a good book. And I particularly love rain when the garden needs it.
    All your pictures and accompanying essay are wonderful!
    Enjoyed reading your other recent posts too. Homemade grape jelly is delicious, and I love seeing grapevines growing...they're so decorative!

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  7. I just have to add that I loved the music too.
    Oh, and I just found that I have WMP on my computer. Ha! I don't look at the start menu much I guess :)
    I'll have to try that out when I have some spare time to play. Thank you for teaching me something new today :)
    We had rain yesterday and it (and the wind) knocked a good share of the colorful leaves off the trees :(

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  8. Anonymous27.10.07

    I give you an A+ for that assignment! I enjoyed it.

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  9. Anonymous27.10.07

    Your video is AWESOME!! I am SOOO impressed and grateful that you are my friend!

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  10. Will you please email me
    pamelathedust@yahoo.com


    I nominated you for the October Perfect Post Award for this lovely rainstorm -- and I would like to send you the button, should you choose to display it.

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  11. aaahhhhh.....

    A warm mug of wassail, and this would be an even more "Perfect Post."

    Congratulations! What a beautiful tribute - rainy days are my absolute FAVORITE.

    They're too few and far between...(*sigh*)

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  12. Excellent video, loved it! I'm not usually fond of rain, but I'll remember your video and smile :)

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  13. wow this is truly a beautiful video well done

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  14. Quite beautiful.. quite :)

    I MUST learn how to do a video like that. Love the music too.. fabulous fabulous fabulous.

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  15. oh i luved it...i luv rain...and i luv the warmth of the fire...the music is so fitting..

    thankyou for sharing..

    k:)))

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  16. That was beautiful. I love the beauty of where you live. Great music too.

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