Saturday, August 08, 2015

Just another list


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Things I Love in Summer:

Night time Storms

Knitting
Friends' blogs summer vacation photos
(Keep them coming)

Grilling dinner

Safe driving on the roads

Each and every flower that blooms

Farms in full force with fields of crops growing tall in the winds

Kayaking in quiet water

 Canoeing in quiet water

Rooftop gatherings 

Open windows

and 

the pace of the unstructured days

How about yoU?









17 comments:

KSD said...

Pretty shallow, I know, but, air conditioning!

Kim in Oregon said...

Melon!

kathy b said...

No it is the saving grace for sleeping at night here!

kathy b said...

MMMM watermelon!

SissySees said...

Sandals!

Teresa Kasner said...

Being barefoot.

Nancy Kay said...

Good list! I would add sandals - no socks - too! Rides in the cool mountains. Long evenings. Smoothies. Outdoor concerts.

Judy S. said...

Long days and sunshine. I'd say, you've got it nailed! I was surprised you didn't say, no snow. LOL

Araignee said...

No static shock from everything I touch. I swear one is going to kill me one day.

Wanderingcatstudio said...

Strawberry sundaes, everything blooming in my garden, sunshine until late, butterflies and bees, refreshing summer rains and all my pretty sundresses! It's been a great summer so far!

kathy b said...

Love sandals and flip flops

Dee said...

I loved Araignee's answer. Oh my gosh.....my car is out to KILL me with static in the winter. Yeah......I don't miss it when summer comes around.

P.S. Is that YOUR house?????? It's GORGEOUS!

Caffeine Girl said...

I did a double-take when I saw that picture. That is gorgeous house!
Cherries, raspberries, and peaches.
Reading in quiet hours of the day.
Hanging out on the screened porch.

Mereknits said...

Not making school lunches, I know I am a loser.
Meredith

Tired Teacher said...

Cool nights with windows open to cool down the house, light blankets on the bed, no white stuff to shovel.

karen said...

not having a schedule most days is also a nice part of summer but I will always love fall and winter best :)

Yarn Miracle said...

I'd say the slower pace, but that's just not true with all the camps and friend visits and workshops! So maybe the activity? heh

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