Antique postcard from Graphics Fairy.
According to Merriam-Webster, Indian Summer is “a period of warm or mild weather in late autumn or early winter”.
Is there a term for early seasons? Here in North Texas, we have a lot of early springs (usually February), early summers (beginning in May), late summers (100+ temperatures lasting into early September) and mild winters with just a sprinkling of bad weather and temperatures below 20 degrees F.
The Hen Bit and dandelions are in bloom, there was a robin in our yard last week and today we have the air conditioner on.
It might as well be Spring.
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Burgundy & Blush Watercolor Bouquet is the first in a series of watercolor demonstrations I’ll be posting. The artist is someone I know who has an account on youtube, called Kayvee Creative.
What a relief in Texas. August is behind us and we have hopes of cooler weather before long.
Click here for Ella Fitzgerald’s September Song.
Spring is here officially and this is the time of year when God graces us with bluebonnets.
What’s better than an old truck and a field of wildflowers?
Yesterday was Motorhead Sunday at our church; two of our church members showed their cars alongside the ones from the classic car club, the chaplain of the car club preached, their quartet sang, then we had a bar-b-que dinner on the grounds.
It was a fine October day spent with excellent company!
1930 something Ford
This owner has a sense of humor. They tow a trailer made to look like a classic car. Access is through the hood, and a photo of a cat is in the window.
1959 Chevrolet. What a beauty!
Incredible leg room back then,
and a clear view all the way around.
Looks like I’ve had a 3 month vacation from my blog.
Thankfully, we were able to spend time with our terrific grandsons this summer, and that took precedence.
Then our internet connection was down.
And…well….I guess it was time for a blogging break.
You know you’re in Oklahoma when you see this sign on a city street:
And you know it’s springtime when you pay attention to it.
I wanted to show a few of the updated pages from the Autumn altered book I began last year.
Go here for the original post.
Part II, here.
Not a huge amount of progress, but some.
Maybe next year…