If you can’t handle a gardening in rain once in a while, you won’t get a lot of gardening done in the Puget Sound during a particularly soggy spring. After a lovely day on Saturday, during which I mostly played and did very little gardening, I had a few gardening tasks to do today to get caught up so I headed outside anyway, to do some drizzle gardening. Mostly, it was some basic weeding and planting that could easily be done during light rain. The other task I wanted to accomplish, weed-whacking around the raised beds, will have to wait for dryer weather. I was pretty soggy by the time I came in, but I feel good about what I was able to get done. While outside, I took a few pics of some of the progress taking place in the garden, in spite of the wet, cool spring we are having, plus a pic of my new garden helper, which is awesome. I highly recommend having a two-wheeled wheelbarrow. Much easier to use than a single-wheeled barrow.