...whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. Phil 4:8
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Your flowers are gorgeous!!! We are hoping the first frost holds off until Emily's wedding so we can use some of the things in the garden, particularly the lovely variegated sage. SEdum would be perfect but ours is just about past blooming.
Yes...it's still kind of summerfall. I'm going to have to go out and water again! This weather really is quite amazing. Enjoy...
It's the same over here - sweaters in the morning and then by afternoon everyone in town is in short sleeves, the sidewalk restaurants as full and we're all pretending it's August.
It's a gift in exchange for that rotten start to summer you folks had. Take it, smile, and be glad...very! Lovely photos...great pumpkins. You are so going to be ready for autumn!
We're having a beautiful summer/fall here too. Your hanging basket looks so beautiful. We haven't had a frost yet so the annuals are still looking pretty good too. Enjoy these lovely days.
With the rare long dry beautiful summer we have had... I am feeling ready for fall...and dare I mention the 's' word? (shhhhh ... snow) but not quite yet.. smile.. I love the photo of the afternoon 'in chair' break !
I'll take every day of sun and leaves blowing from tress that we can get!
You can be busy...nothing wrong with that...but enjoy it in the summer hours.I love it...Busy here too!
Wonderful...beautiful...summerfall! I think we are all loving this surprise weather.
I've been missing quite a bit, too, Lovella! I've been so busy lately and my computer time is suffering. My house never looked cleaner --trying to sell it has mad eme a master cleaner :) Enjoy your weekend!
Hi Lovella, how funny, I see we have chosen the same background for our blogs at the moment! Here in Long Beach it is also still summertime....somehow I think you will be enjoying autumn a little sooner than we will however. Blessings...