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Sunday, July 30, 2017

Sunday Serenity

We are enjoying a lovely serene Sunday.
The weather is simply gorgeous.
 Low humidity but ample sunshine, with white fluffy clouds billowing overhead.
I enjoyed my visit with a dear old friend earlier this weekend, we giggled like school girls, and drank far too many pots of tea.
Days such as these are priceless.
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
  



 
 
 

"Peace is when time doesn't matter as it passes by."
  Maria Schell (1926 -2005)   Austrian actress
 
 
  
 
 

8 comments:

Claire said...

The weather here is glorious. Can't help but wish it would last until fall. But I know that won't happen. Love your blog and beautiful pictures. Thank you . You are much appreciated.

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

We also have had good weather this weekend. A feeling of fall has been in the air, but your really beautiful photos truly show the best of summer. I'm glad you also enjoyed a visit with a good friend - A perfect way to spend time!

donna baker said...

Your yard and garden looks so pretty Jo. Cooler and drier here too. So pretty outside, but I might need earplugs from the noisy cicadas. Must be a lot of them this year.

Kathy said...

Your garden is beautiful. I always love seeing what you have growing.

DJan said...

Thank you for sharing such a wonderful day and delightful place with me! I feel uplifted. :-)

Henny Penny said...

Your pictures are just beautiful. Our weather on Sunday was nice too. Very unusual for late July, wasn't it? Sure wish the weather could stay like this through all of August.

Janice Kay Schaub said...

I keep meaning to say, for the longest time I thought those geese were real...........love your pictures. The baby birds are adorable,
Janice

L. D. said...

Really nice to see them all. Your gray and white cat is so pretty. My geese in the yard get moved every chance that I can making it seem like they are alive out there. It fools my wife a lot but it does fool me when I glance out the window and see them at a different place and angle. Your green looks so great and the excess rains gave that to you. We are in a drought that seems not to be stopping.