Happy Sunday everyone! I hope you all had a great weekend. Ours was pretty quiet. It turned quite chilly here and I’m still recovering from my cold a bit so we stayed in. It’s hard to go from really warm to really cool all in a matter of a day. I was almost expecting snow flurries on Saturday morning it was so cold. LOL.
Today I’m going to spend the day reading to try and get ahead with all the reading I need to do for this week. For some reason I took on quite a bit but it’s all good. Two of the books I’m reading for this week are by two of my favorite authors – A Week at the Lake by Wendy Wax and The Idea of Love by Patti Callahan Henry. The other book I have this week promises to be quite good too – it’s called The Lover’s Path: An Illustrated Novella of Venice by Kris Waldherr. Hopefully some of that reading can be done outside but I’m kind of doubtful on that.
Well that’s it for this week. Short and sweet but I do have a few pictures to share. Sam actually let me take a few so maybe if I keep continually pointing the phone at him he’ll start letting me take pictures. lol.
This is the storm that hit us with a vengeance on Friday night. The picture at the top of the post is the corresponding wannabe rainbow. The rain was coming down so hard that it was flooding the street and you can see how dark it was. There wasn’t enough thunder and lightening for me though but this was our first storm of the summer.
A little baby marigold. In another month or so I bet it’ll be pretty big but I think they’re so cute when they are this small. Our neighbor grows the seedlings and gives us a bunch to plant every year. Apparently they are supposed to be good for getting rid of mosquitoes but I have no proof of that.
On our walks there is this wall kind of thing that goes around this crazy corner we have and if there is another dog walking across the street Sammy likes to stretch himself as far as he can and peer over to bark. It’s too cute!
Have a great Sunday everyone! Anybody with any plans or just a lazy Sunday afternoon? Hope you all have a great week ahead.