Six On Saturday: Soggy Summer

We’ve had plenty of rain in our part of the USA this summer. Now hurricane season adds more moisture to the soil – but I’m not complaining. It’s better than dealing with drought, unless we get hit by a big one, as Louisiana has suffered recently. Keep them in your prayers and help if you’re able, since they will have a long recovery from Hurricane Laura.

This Saturday, I’m sharing six photos of the colorful little mushrooms that have appeared in my yard in the past few weeks. The damp environment is perfect for fungi. I’m not sure that’s a good thing.

The top picture is a grey one. I haven’t bothered to look up the names or varieties, since I don’t plan to eat any of them.

There’s a particular area out back that produces these yellow, weird shaped mushrooms.

Ooh! A perfect, tiny brown one.

And here’s one that’s dark brown.

The red ones are pretty, and I found one with a heart shape. That picture turned out fuzzy, so I’m not including it in the six.

This kind seems to appear in clusters. I saw other mushrooms – green, white, and bulbous- shaped, but I’m sticking with the limit of six photos today.

Have a great week. We are bracing for a potential tropical storm or hurricane that may visit our area in a few days. We try to stay prepared and prayed-up.

Shalom, Dottie

4 thoughts on “Six On Saturday: Soggy Summer

  1. I wish you could have shared some of that “soggy summer” with us. Until recently, we’ve been very dry and could have used some of that moisture. Here, when we do get the rare rain in the summer season, we’ll see a few mushrooms, but they dry up and blow away within a week of their arrival. 🙂 Be well; keep looking for the wonders of nature in your garden; and remember how much God loves you sweet friends.

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