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The Dog Days of Summer

Here in the Midwest, we are in the middle of a heat wave.  I know it's always hot in August, but seriously 95 degrees out? Again?

Anyway, I love it.  I may be the only person in the state to be enjoying the hot weather, but I can't help it.

Some things that I love about summer:

Sunrises. Mornings in general with the birds chirping and the gentle breezes.


Being outside, enjoying all the green.


Drinking this.  Poolside would be nice.


Making sun tea.


Drinking the yummy sun tea, enjoying beautiful blue skies.


Blowing bubbles with the kids.


The smell of sunscreen.


Yum, yum, yum. Sweet corn for dinner.



Let's eat this too.

Catching fireflies with the kids, and then feeling like a kid.

Endless summer nights.

This post was brought to you by a girl stuck inside a cold, air-conditioned office all summer who misses being tan and laying in the pool all day. 
You know, before she had the responsibilites of being a working mom.

Comments

Unknown said…
Beautiful pictures.
Annie said…
Beautiful pictures!!!!
furygirl3132 said…
I am in the Midwest also and I am definitely not enjoying the hot weather, but I do love your wonderful pictures, thanks for sharing!
I am a new follower from New Friend Friday, so glad to have found your blog. Hope you have a beautiful weekend!

Eloise
Mommy2TwoGirls
http://mommy2twogirls.blogspot.com/
Sew Can Do said…
I want to grab that salad so bad. Stopping by from NFF:)

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