Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Sunny and 75

This is what sunny and 75 outside looks like.

The sun was getting ready to set around 8PM last night when I took these pictures. Nothing makes one appreciate temperatures under 80 degrees as much as the heat and humidity of Florida in August, coupled with a hostess who insists on keeping the thermostat at 85 degrees.
But mostly, we should appreciate the natural beauty of our surroundings every day, weather notwithstanding.

15 comments:

christo AKA doggybloggy said...

what a beautiful and peaceful time in your little slice of paradise...

rottrover said...

There's no place like home, there's no place like home, there's no place like home...

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

What beautiful photos, nature has so many marvels. Diane

SissySees said...

Beautiful. We were right at 100 yesterday, but should be about 8 degrees cooler today, and more again tomorrow...

Cheryl said...

Beautiful, we are having a very cool summer here in Oregon! I love it!

altadenahiker said...

That top shot is really really good. Hope the patient is home now and feeling comfortable.

The Blonde Duck said...

It's 105 here.

Pam said...

We are supposed to have our first temperatures below 70 this week. I can't wait!

Benny and Lily said...

Sure is looking purrtty
Benny & Lily

violett said...

Oh, how beautiful! A paradise!
In Germany there is no summer this year. It's cold and raining. almost all the time ... I look forward to my holiday in September with my aunt in california
violet

Linda said...

I'd say you were at my mother's but she keeps hers at 83*.

shabby girl said...

Don't you just love the long shadows of evening?
Beautiful!

Pam said...

Beautiful photos Marjie.

~~louise~~ said...

Beautiful shots, Marjie. I'm "diggin" this cooler weather. I'm so tired of wilting every day.

Now that I know Thor is feeling better and it's cooler in your part of our state, I'm off to check out that Butterscotch ice cream of yours!

Breezy Point Mom said...

You do live in splendid surroundings, and sunny and 75 sounds heavenly right now. We won't see that here until early November. Yes, FLA in August is something to be endured. Did you get to see the Edison-Ford museum while you were in FLA?