Tuesday, September 6, 2016

My Sweet Summer Is Gone

So long summer.




See ya


First time I saw someone swimming in the Sugar River


The park outside Tiedeman's Pond when it's just too hot to walk any further


New Socks


Ok so I walked to a bench


Last summer's planking is was this summer's lying down


Uh, miss, I think you have a little something growing near your hip





26 comments:

  1. Summer may be gone, but it's had a good run this year. It's still feels like summer and fall will be a welcomed change soon. Thanks for pairing these fotos and with this tune this week. I hope that you stop back again soon.

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    1. I'd like to skip the winter altogether, Tom. Guess WI isn't the ideal place to do that. You know I will.

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  2. If it's too hot to walk, summer is not over yet:):) Am resisting it, because the summer this year was delightful (not so hot and dry as last year, oh yeah, and it ended with a big fire in Sept. where we almost had to evacuate!) Love this post and thank you for sharing it with SEASONS! Have a great week and happy for the new socks:)

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    1. I was hanging on to that last shred of reasoning, J. As I'm writing this I have to wonder cuz it got a LOT cooler and autumny overnight. Dry is not a good thing for you guys over der, hey.

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  3. Lovely photos. My summer is gone too. It was a cooler, shorter summer than last year and I preferred the cooler, wetter temperatures to the excessive heat. Nice that we can look forward to change of seasons. Enjoy your Fall.

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    1. You do the same, Joyful. As much as I detest the heat, it's always too short. I know there's a joke in there somewhere but I'm too full of pumpkin bars and pessimism to find one.

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    1. They seemed to tickle Little Rat as well, Lydia. Happy spring to you.

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  5. Oh beautiful pictures. We're heading into summer here (now spring).

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    1. And I envy you lot for it Deborah. I hope you don't spend too much time indoors today but I know either way you'll find something interesting.

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  6. Soon, though, we will be treated to fall colors!
    Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/09/orchids-other-worldly.html

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    1. I saw just a few drops of red yesterday, Sue. And a sweet little pumpkin patch which was the only real sign of things changing. That was yesterday, it cud snow tmw.

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  7. You certainly in live in a pretty place. Our summer is almost here, and I am so not looking forward to it this year. I wish we could have a few more months of cooler weather

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    1. I hope you're enjoying your spring, Beck. You're not? I bet the kids are though (; Meanwhile on the other side of the fence I dread fall a bit because it means winter. Bleeeeccchhhh.

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    1. Thanks, Teresa, your pup pic made me happy and a little sad. Don't know why. I'm so very tired.

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  9. these are all such lovely images. Such a beautiful place to walk around and absorb the scenery! I think we might be getting ready for an early Fall (if you can really call what we get here Fall)

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    1. Thanks, Mitzi, there's a lot of scenery nearby and I'm determined to take a closer look this fall. We've had quite the temp shift this week but I'll take cooler and rainy any day. What's your fall like Mitzi, the crocodiles turn color?

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    2. Yes, I assume everyone in LA lives in the bayou.

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    1. Thanks, Pixie, I hope your little one has a fun and fanciful school year along with all that book learnin'.

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  11. A totally cutie that little dog is! Have a great weekend! The photos are lovely!
    http://travelingbugwiththreeboys-kelleyn.blogspot.com/2016/09/eating-clean.html

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    1. Oliver aka Little Rat is indeed a dog among dogs, Kellyn. Good luck to you and your new diet.

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  12. I don't blame you for feeling bad that summer is pretty much over. It is always too short a season, even when you live in a more moderate climate than Wisconsin. I visited your other (candy) blog and now I am very hungry and there is not a state fair or carnival in sight. I may have to make do with the ice cream shop down the block.

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    1. You make a good point about labor day and the kids going back to school even if it doesn't directly affect you, I feel that's officially the end of summer myself. You visited the ol' Dish, eh? Well thanks for that, I've got a few posts I've been meaning to get together but, meh. It makes me pretty hungry as well and I know photographing changing seasons is a lot healthier than the candy line up I have planned (: Nothing wrong with ice cream. I've been so lazy this summer I wouldn't even climb the stairs to the Babcock Ice Cream Store. Hope you have a beautiful time this week and your iPad post looked great.

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  13. Looking forward the summer we are going to get! I have a daughter named Summer :)

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