Summer Lovin’ Take Two


Ahhh summer, how I love you. I pine for you on cold, dreary December days. I rejoice upon your return and bask in your embrace, unashamed. But your flirtation is brief and intense, like a butterfly landing momentarily on a bloom. Soon you will depart once again, and I will cling to your memory, as it is all that you have left me.

8 thoughts on “Summer Lovin’ Take Two

  1. Another beautiful photo!
    For next week, we are definitely thinking of going to Biltmore on Wednesday. My email is If you email me, I’ll send you my cell phone info and we can finalize plans. So looking forward to meeting you! I think we will also try to see the town if we can.

    • I sent you an email. It looks like my friend will be out of town until Weds, so no free tickets:( If you buy the adult tickets online, you get $10 off, and kids under 16 are free. It has to be purchased at least one day in advance.

  2. Just the opposite here. I have lived and sweated in Florida for so many years, it is winter I yearn for. Cold, dreary, windy, uncomfortable winter.
    I am just now catching up on your blog and enjoying it all!

  3. I love sunflowers! Right at this moment there is a painting of sunflowers winging its way to me from Tuscany…I just had to bring a piece of the Tuscan beauty and all their sunflowers home with me.
    Hope you’re having a great summer.

    • I am having a good summer. That’s why I can never seem to find time to write anymore. I don’t want to be sitting at the computer when it’s pretty outside.

      I hope your trip was wonderful. I’m soo jealous:) I also love sunflowers. They just make you happy to look at them, like the Van Gogh painting.

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