When Fiorella was a little girl in Ohio, she would stand on the back porch with her nose pressed against the screen and chant "Rain, rain, go away. Come again some other day." And right now, even in drought-stricken Central Texas, part of her is thinking the same thing.
But the other part of her is saying "Thank you for the rain, God. Keep everyone safe, but please fill our lakes because the long, hot summer is to come."