It's safe to come out now; or is it?
The rain's over, but maybe it would be well to wear a construction safety helmet. With the gusty winds, there's tree debris flying everywhere. If ball moss had any cash value, somebody could become very rich indeed picking up what's been thrown to the ground. There are pecan limbs all over the place. Since the ground is almost a colloidal suspension with all the water it's holding, it's probably a very good thing that that old pecan tree was taken down. This seems early, but by last light it can be seen that there are at least a half dozen bud stalks on each of the clumps of paperwhite narcissi, which are where they are by virtue of being unceremoniously dumped out of the pot after having been forced.