Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Today

Each day has it's own flavor, doesn't it?  Today it was 96 degrees.  When I walked Rascal in the afternoon we stayed in the shade and walked slow.  The weeds are yellow, the only noticeable sound is the flying grasshoppers as they make their clicking sounds as they fly out of my path.  Inside, ice water, coolness.  I can almost hear my grass, flowers and trees laughing when I turn the sprayer on after 4:00 p.m.    Blessings, Diane

9 comments:

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

I really like how you captured the spray.It does look refreshing.We so need a rain over her as well.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Great picture showing the sprayer... It was hot here today--so I probably would have been outside playing in that water!!!!! ha

Yes---everyday has its own flavor. Yesterday it was cool and felt wonderful. Today, someone turned on the heat!!!!! Dang! ha
Hugs,
Betsy

Pondside said...

Oh my goodness - your summer this year is SO different from ours! We've had no heat at all. Today was no warmer than 73 and it felt so hot that I put the top down on the car. Not a summer at all.

polkadotpeticoat said...

All we have is rain rain rain ...I hope we get a little sun this fall...before snow snow snow, smile!

Angela said...

The picture looks so cool and inviting. This morning it is pleasant out...something we've not had in so long. We are still in triple digits...almost everyday since July 2,and quite a few in June. I'm hoping to get some yard work done when and if it ever cools off.

Name: Amanda said...

I would have loved the flavor of your day. Wearing jackets and turning up the heat in our house now. :(

Love, bean

T's Daily Treasures said...

How about spraying some water this way? Ha! So nice to see green. Hope your day is great. Best wishes, Tammy

ingrid said...

Love your blog.Thanks for sharing.Greetings from a rainy netherlands

mudderbear said...

You certainly posted a choice photo to go with your thoughts here. It looks like the perfect place to go to so you can escape the heat.