12/08/2014

Summertime

Even though the 'official' start to summer was on the 1st of December, today--7 days later-- is the first day that I really felt like it was summer. I have clothes on the line, shorts on and windows open. Yay, summer!

12 comments:

Michelle said...

Enjoy!

Bethany Carson said...

Ah, that sounds so nice...you could easily make a freezing Northern Hemispherite like myself jealous! Have an awesome summer!

facile et beau - Gusta said...

you'r lucky. I got gloves on during I´m typing. And outside snow is falling. brrrrr.... frosty.

Janneke said...

I almost envy you, it's cold and rainy here in western Europe. I am looking forward to June when our summer starts and roses are blooming again.

Linda Kay said...

You really had to show us summer, when we are all feeling the winter season in the North! We'll get you back when the seasons change. Glad you are able to get out in your shorts.

thirtysevenandcounting said...

What a pleasant vision that makes for those of us living in winter! Thank you! :)

Lindy

Hetty said...

Dear Betty, we have starded winter. To bad for us. Enjoy the summer. Groetjes, Hetty

What Karen Sees said...

Just stumbled onto your blog, and I'll be checking back. We lived in NZ for 18 months about 2 years ago, and had such a wonderful experience. It was a highlight of our lives, and being a photographer, I was in heaven!!! (While we were there I actually won 2nd place in the Auckland photo contest they hold every year in conjunction with the yearly festival.) Anyway, I'll be anxious to see NZ through your lens!

Marja said...

Good for you I think we have the wettest spring summer ever. Usually we used the BBQ already a lot by now but it has been freezing Today it was raining and 15 degrees

carol l mckenna said...

Looks like a lovely place to live and it is Summer ~ Great shots! and lovely blog!

Happy Week to you,
artmusedog and carol

Dorothy Borders said...

How beautiful it is where you live. Your pictures are amazing. I hope the upcoming summer treats you well.

Anita Johnson said...

Glad just to hear those words...it snowing here!