Sunday, February 13, 2011

Silent Sunday: Does anyone in the Northern Hemisphere remember what summer looked like?


12 thoughtful remarks:

Nancy Wethington said...

Got stuck in L.A. during the *storm of the century* and actually smelled freshly mowed grass! It was heaven.

Diane said...

I think we're going to reach the 50's this week :D
P.S. which means alot of flooded basements :(

voodoo vixen said...

Summer? What's that? I feel like winter has been about for way to long!! Roll on spring.... crocus bulbs and daffodils...

missy k said...

I love your photographs.... it is dull, grey and miserable here - but your photographs have reminded me not long till it gets nicer :)

Karen

Doone said...

I'm struggling to remember daylight let alone summer, I rise before light have a windowless office and get back after dark - this weekend I have have enjoyed the sun on my face even though it is blimmin freezing outside...

I mailed you a thing ages ago - it is registered as reaching the USA two weeks ago - it is to be signed for, but the same thing happened with my package to Amy - her mail person didn't wait for a signature and left it on her porch, if it doesn't get there let me know so I can claim for the loss...

Dxxxx

Marilyn Rock said...

Summer???? Summer??? Do you mean Donna Summer??? Wise-guy right? Sorry. Predictions are that we might reach 50 by this week's end. Hmmmmmmm; maybe I could open a window? We shall see. Hope all is well....xxoo

Judy Grupp Studio said...

Thanks for the sunny reminder - I can't wait for crocus and daffodils!

PaperPumpkin said...

No. Yesterday's surprise blizzard threw even us, in Buffalo. That takes a lot. But, hey, the WinterFest still happened! Where is spring?

Kimmie said...

I am fortunate to live in a mostly green (though soggy) place. I do try to remember what the trees were like with their clothes on though.

Joyce said...

Well, I can see the pool from the kitchen window but it's under about 4 feet of snow.Good thing it's not an inground or it would be invisible!

Healing Woman said...

We are having a balmy day here..almost 60 degrees. I feel like flying a kite, riding a bike, swimming, running....oh if it would last..but no..we drop down to cold again in a few days. Summer..what a beautiful word.

La Dolce Vita said...

we will be at 63 this week!! and I am hoping for sun!! : )