Sunday, August 5, 2012

dipping into summer

I just scurried in from outside where I was battening down the hatches in light of the approaching storm. A summer afternoon t-storm; we have  been having one almost every day. The daisies dip and bow, the terrace umbrella shuffles, the trees swing right and left, the wind whips and leaves nothing untouched as the thunder rumbles finally advancing and bringing in the welcomed rain. I think of t-storms as the houseguest that breezes in leaving good things behind without overstaying their visit.

Enjoying...


 Rasberry- leaf tea infusions sweetened with a teaspoon of honey and heightened with a mint leaf.



Blueberries on pancakes, with the discovering of a little stem attached.

(This post was written sometime a while back, but not posted for some reason...perhaps I was called away...imagine that! I am not sure of the date, but we were experiencing wonderful t-storms almost daily)

1 comment:

Hill upon Hill said...

I love the relief and freshness that a thunder storm can bring, but not at 3:10pm which is when I have to pick up the children.

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