Compared to 86% yesterday! Everytime I went outside yesterday I came inside soaking wet from sweat! This is the part of the South I HATE! You absolutely cannot fix your hair on days like this, it is pointless, and definitely don't waste your time fixing your hair if it is going to rain....because that's a waste of time as well. I always see these commercials for shampoo/conditioner and hairspray that's "fights" humidity , and will hold no matter what! HA!!! Those companies clearly did not test there products in Mobile, Alabama....cuz there is NOTHING that can with stand this humidity! I can hear the humidity laugh in my face everytime I walk outside with my humidity proof hairspray! In the 10 seconds it takes for me to walk outside, unlock my car, and get in.....the hair has been attacked and ruined by humidity! No CHI could keep hair straight here. So to all you companies that make humidity proof hair products, you need a disclaimer that says " Not applicable in Alabama or Mississippi". That is false advertising. Here is yet another fine example of humidity. It is so muggy outside that I can't keep the camera lens from fogging up! The lens isn't fogged up from being inside, and then taking it outside. It is fogged up because at 7am it is 400% humidity on top of it being 95 degrees outside! So all the pictures are hazy thanks to Mr. Humidity. If you can see past the haze, that is actually Mexican Petunia Cosmo
Stokes Aster (after bloom)
I like cosmos, but some of them are just lazy! If you have a 3" stalk, there is REALLY no excuse as to why you can't hold yourself up! And don't tell me you can't, because the cosmos in the front yard are doing it....so can you!! NOW PICK YOURSELF UP!
The Dinner Plate Dahlia is loaded!!! All of the rain we have had has done a WORLD of difference. Everything is perking back up and beginning to bloom. There are 12 buds on this Dahlia!
and there are 2 of them
Light purple bee balm is blooming again after the drought
Phlox is perking back up as well
Plumbago, a little beat down after the rain....but no one is complaining
I planted this Crepe Myrtle 3 years ago and it had a terrible fungus and never bloomed. It shed it fungus and finally bloomed. Goo thing, because it was getting dug up this year if it didn't
Daylilies have started blooming again thanks to the rain