Reflecting on what I learn, including the stuff that's whack--
Ann T:LOL! Such a blessing living in the temperate zones. Ha! When it's extreme, I try really hard not to complain too much, as I know the other extreme is right around the corner!Have fun in the pool!:-) The Observer
Ann:Nothing like some SNOWY picyures (and a nice, COLD lemonade) to make summer heat seem just a tad less bothersome.Nicely done.Keep Cool!
Dear The Observer,I, too, try not to complain. What difference does it make? Ha ha!However, my resolution is not as great as it should be . . . I have taken to late evening rides on Miss Ellen, and it's STILL hot!Thanks for dropping by!Ann T.
Dear Bob,Lemonade sounds GRRRRREAT right now. The snowy picture isn't getting me there . . . LOL,Ann T.
I LOVE the heat! THATS why I live in So Fla! And actually, although it gets bawls hot here.....we rarely break 95 degrees. I guess its the ginormous water mass all around us. lolmissed you Annie! =)
Dear peedee,I've been leaving you alone to concentrate on Tinker's Belle and her friends!! What a great time you must have had!I missed you too. Muah! Back Atcha!Ann
Ann.In my neck of the woods, we had a high of 62 degrees. It was 98 and still 97. It was too hot for cold loving family. I took them on short hike to stand under a waterfall. The trip was almost too for them.RD
Dear RD,Whenever I go to Arizona, the humidity is so much less. I always feel like I can do more, walk more, even in the heat.However, the altitude . . . it gets me every time, especially the first 48 hours or so. I just bet that waterfall was fantastic! I hope you're enjoying your vacation! Are we there yet??!!Thanks for stopping by!Ann T.
LOL. Such a nice, cool, refreshing pic. And aren't you getting your Christmas groove on a little early?
Dear Momma Fargo,You bet it's too early! And I think the Santa in the post looks like a perv.I was hoping to hit a summer sale and get everything for everybody . . . bathing suits in December, you know.LOL,Ann T.
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