This is an eclectic blog in which I discuss whatever in the world happens to be on my mind today.
Thinking of many lazy summer afternoons in the countryside of Northwest Arkansas, when it was too hot to do anything. I would sit in a shaded area with a glass of iced tea and watch our chickens. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com
Sitting in the shade with a glass of iced tea watching chickens sounds like a nearly perfect formula for passing these hot summer days.
I love cherries. We buy them every week at this time of year. I used to love summer best in New Jersey and Michigan. In my current location spring is better. But now I am a gardener and that hot sun directly overhead feels like my enemy-:(
Yes, with temperatures in the upper 90s to low 100s the sun definitely seems like an enemy. Even with all the rain we've had through the spring, the garden dries out fast in these conditions and the plants, as well as the gardener, begin to suffer.
Thank you for this enjoyable post
Thanks for visiting, Martin.
Oh...Lazy summer days...I like 'em, though not so much when the temperatures reach higher than 85 F, or the humidity makes everything sticky and uncomfortable.
Indeed. It is like a sauna outside my front door today.