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You Don't Miss Your Water Till Your Well Runs Dry

I am ever so grateful that we were blessed with an inch of rain this morning.  Oh it had been so parched and the plants looked ever so dry dusty and dismal.. And in the midst of this gracious fit of gratitude I am thinking of an old Byrd's song, the title of this blog - 


In the beginning you really loved me
But I was blind and I could not see
But when you left me oh, how I cried
You don't miss your water till your well runs dry
Instrumental (Piano + Pedal Steel)
I was a playboy I could not be true
I couldn't believe I really loved you
But when you left me oh, how I cried
You don't miss your water till your well runs dry
Instrumental (Piano + Pedal Steel)
In the beginning you really loved me
But I was blind and I could not see
But when you left me oh, how I cried
You don't miss your water till your well runs dry
You don't miss your water till your well runs dry 


And though the temps are said to be in the triple digits tommorrow and  will be sitting inside with my AC for which I am double triple grateful... I was able to pull a  few weeds tonight, get some dirt under my fingernails and shake off some of the blues I've been living.... 

Sending Y'All Love
Tags: appreciation, byrds. song lyrics, gratitude, rain
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