Craving Summer

Well, as this rain has settled in once again (still far better than that slushy snow we had last year), it has finally reached that point of persistence where it has me craving the brighter days of summer, although at this point, I’d settle for a couple cool Spring evenings; just no more rain for a day or two. Anyway, whenever that happens, I just reach into my laptop (figuratively speaking of course), and pull out a picture or two that serves to remind me that those warmer days are in fact approaching quite rapidly, and will soon enough be upon us. So since I took the time to warm my own heart and soul up, how could I refuse but to share that experience with all my favorite folks? So here you go, these are they that worked for me, and perhaps one or two will help to chase away any Winter blues any of you might be feeling also. I certainly do hope so, and I wish you all the best as:

Outside my window, the rain is beating the time,

to the song in my heart, where the Son of God shines,

as the sun that is hidden by those clouds up above

is not needed when my heart is warmed, by the free gift of God’s Love.

Busy Little Bee
Busy Little Bee
It's Gonna Take More Bees
It’s Gonna Take More Bees
A Burst Of Warmth To Chase Away The Rain
A Burst Of Warmth To Chase Away The Rain
The Colors Of Summer
The Colors Of Summer
Definitely Summer Seagulls
Definitely Summer Seagulls

 

 

Craving Summer

7 thoughts on “Craving Summer

  1. Hello my friend. It’s been an unusually cold winter in Tsukuba, Japan too. I am already dreaming of warmer days, and winter has just started! Fortunately, your beautiful photographs can have me daydreaming and looking forward to the months ahead. Wishing you and your family a wonderful, blessed week.

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    1. Actually I feel a little guilty complaining about a little rain. So many others in my country have had to put up with quite severe winter conditions this year, and my American neighbors to the south are suffering through some pretty nasty cold conditions also (the other day it was colder in Texas than it was in Alaska). Maybe I’m just getting old and soft. Lol. I do thank you, however, for the kind wishes, and return the same to you and yours.

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    1. Thank-you. I just bet you can already grow those things out your way (although I did hear it was minus 10 in Texas the other day – those folks must be trying to be Canadian).

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