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Rain, Rain Go Away


Too much rain

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I would rant, too, if I had to face rain every day. Just a few errors need
to be corrected. Rambel.....should be Ramble. Impressive computer are should be computer is....rain clouds in the sky;.......no semicolon just a
comma...exhaused rain in Maztalan incorrect spelling.

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reply by the author on 06-Dec-2019
    Thanks for catching the spag, I keep making the corrections but for some reason, they don't show.
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Do you get SAD? Seasonal depression from it all the rain? I get it from the cold and dark winters here. I take Vitamin D every morning to counter it. I think what you described would be cool to witness, however, once is probably enough.


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reply by the author on 06-Dec-2019
    I do suffer from depression but rain doesn't cause it. It usually shows up in the Spring.
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Another good rant.
I have heard of the rain in Western Mexico. It can be horrendous.
Well written, well said.
Thank you for sharing another good one.
Sharon


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reply by the author on 05-Dec-2019
    You are welcome.
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I would hate to have to deal with flooded floors. I used to iron on the table on a towel too before I got an ironing board.

I picked up a very few spags:
my fantastic and impressive computer are still taking a nap - should be 'is still taking a nap'

Actually it is more of a Rant than a Rambel. - spelling -ramble

But, until I came to Mazatlan I had no idea - comma needed after 'Mazatlan'

When I first moved to here, it had a rainy season - delete 'to'

the rain filled the streets within a few minutes causing the water - comma needed after 'minutes'

My small apartment is located next to a two bedroom, abode - delete comma

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reply by the author on 05-Dec-2019
    Thanks for catchhing the spags. You'd think by now I could spell Ramble...LOL
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I read the second part first as I am behind big time on reading. So I guess it is a muddy mess when it rains? Excellently told and quite an eye opener for us who complain a lot


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reply by the author on 04-Dec-2019
    Yes, it is a muddy mess.
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I hope the torrential rains are over--you certainly described their impact vividly. I especially liked your "Gatling gun" metaphor and "frightened cat" simile. I was impressed by your improvised ironing board as well, even though I haven't ironed for 22 years! Smiles- Joan


 Comment Written 04-Dec-2019



reply by the author on 04-Dec-2019
    Every one is shocked that I iron. I don't have a dryer (most Mexicans don't) so ironing is a must do.

reply by Joan E. on 04-Dec-2019
    I get it--I stand by my dryer and put the clothes on hangers immediately to avoid ironing! More smiles- Joan
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How convenient to rain at night, for the life of me I can't remember there was a song I vaguely remember that was an inbuilt prayer as well, and one of the lyrics was exactly that, sun all day, rain at night, and a constant temperatures of 75 deg. Well done, a lovely chatty post again Sasha, blessings, Roy


 Comment Written 03-Dec-2019



reply by the author on 03-Dec-2019
    Thanks. This was more than a rainy night, it was a thunderstorm from hell.
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Your post reminded me of the two times I was in Mexico for mission trips. I was there in the 80's for a week at a time. Each of those weeks was probably in March or April I think over Spring Break when I was in college. It was hot there when we went however, at the end of the day, it would start to cloud up and every late afternoon it would rain like cats and dogs. Leaving the dirt so soggy.. we were there working on a church and making cement by hand. I still remember when we went to market and saw Chicken's hanging on hooks in open air with flies all around. I didn't want to eat chicken for quite a while after that. Shivers....one thing about Mexico is that the people are very sweet, at least the ones we met. They also could really cook! Thanks for reminding me of something I had forgotten. Katy


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reply by the author on 03-Dec-2019
    Mexicans are great cooks and your description of the Mexican market is spot on.

reply by KatyM on 03-Dec-2019
    I guess the market hasn't changed much in what 40 and something years? WOW! take care.

reply by the author on 03-Dec-2019
    NO, it still has flies and wasps flying over the beef and chicken.

reply by KatyM on 03-Dec-2019
    Yuck! Makes you want to be a vegetarian around there! night!

reply by the author on 04-Dec-2019
    Nope, I just make sure the food is cooked thoroughly.
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I love a rainy night when the temperatures are warm, like in tropical countries.

AaaaaHAHAHA! "...it is more like a pat..." Only you, Sasha, only you. *grin*


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    Thanks, glad you liked this one.

reply by Ideasaregems-Dawn on 03-Dec-2019
    :))
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I am happy to hear the water didn't come in your apartment. There should be a way to drain the carport. So you lost Nacho as a friend and you were sent two Angels to take his place. They will probably have an answer for your ironing board disaster. Adios amigo, Nancy:)


 Comment Written 03-Dec-2019



reply by the author on 03-Dec-2019
    Sweeping the water out of my carport is the only way to get rid of the water.
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