Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Nothing Lasts Forever

Oh be brave my sweet little sweaty friends! Before you know it you'll be wishing for today's heat!



orchid said...

Oh, thank God I found your picture♡♡♡ You don't know how much it made me feel better.
I'm definitely NOT a summer person. I long for that kind of snow(^^;) SO Sad, less snow fall here compared to my young days.

With that image in my mind, I wish I can have a comfortable sound sleep tonight. Night Night, from East♬♬♬
Hugs and lots of Love, xoxo Orchid

Sush said...

>Orchid...oh sweet and cool breeze dreams I'm wishing your way! Sweet dreams dear friend!


Shady Del Knight said...

That picture reminds me of the snow accums that we used to get back home in Central PA, Sush. Now that I'm living in Central FL I never get to see snow or play in it. I actually miss it. We might get brief flurries here once or twice a decade and that's all. It should come as no surprise to you that I look forward to winter because it brings to an end the relentless tropical heat and humidity, the hurricane threat, and the misery of bugs, spiders and snakes.

Pat MacKenzie said...

How true. Winter seems like a refreshing dream right now when it reality it's a cold, icy,snowy 6 months of treacherous roads up here in north/central Alberta.

Shelly said...

Oh, I will remember this picture when I go running in the 102 degree heat this afternoon. And thank you for the very kind comments you left on my blog- :)

karen said...

Ain't it the truth! While (so far) we've not hit the triple digits and we don't have near the humidity you do, I can feel your pain. Funny how whatever season we're in, at times we long for the opposite one. And in a couple of weeks I'll be in northern Minnesota for a few days for a work meeting. THEN I'll really be wishing for cool and dry! Thanks for stopping by my blog today - it's good to meet a new friend!

Mademoiselle Poirot said...

Can we please have a bit of summer here? It's only about 20C and grey and miserable...

Thanks so much for all your lovely comments, I really appreciate them even if I don't have the time to reply to each individually. Have a great (cooled down?) week. Love from London xo

Bonnie said...

Not me! I'm such a winter person. I mean, I love the fashion for summertime, but I cannot stand the heat that comes with it.
Give me snow!
Twitter: @GlamKitten88

Thisisme. said...

What can I say my dear friend! I'm sat here this evening feeling pretty chilly, and a lot of my friends even have their heating on in the evenings! And it's almost August. I know that I couldn't cope with the heat that you have at the moment! Warmest wishes from across the pond!

Kristina said...

I am craving fall right now Sush. That is my very favorite time of the year, cool breezes, jeans and jacket weather. That is my very favorite time of the year, and I must say I do believe I would take winter over summer almost any day.

First House on the Right said...

I am desperate for some heat in the land of Oz Sush. Even though our winters are no where near as cold as that I'm a sun worshipper at heart! Hope you're having a lovely week.


PS Thanks for the encouragement on my Tuesday Torture post this week!

Odie Langley said...

I don't really like snows that last or cause traffic problems but I do like the days when the temps are in the high 50 to low 60's

Sweet Tea said...

I LOVE summer, so that photo reminds me to really "take in" these sunny days and blue skies. Perhaps the fact that I was born in August means I was destined to love all-things-summer.

Chatty Crone said...

You're right - we always want what we don't have!

Sush said...

>Shady...LOL, sadly I do know how wonderful it is to bring and end to all things gross in the tropical heat! I will admit I'm in the Odie category of snowfall...enough to look lovely but not too much so it will melt by morning!

>Pat, I KNOW I wouldn't be able to handle snow and ice that lingers for that amount of time. Too many years living in the tropical South...!

>Shelly, your Blog is wonderful and I am looking forward to a long blog relationship! Keep cool while running, however you you can manage!

>Karen...I've a niece and nephew residing in far it seems like that state gets lots of extremes! But lovely in the between times! I am looking forward to spending lots of time with you and your lovely Blog~

>Mademoiselle...I hope you get some lovely warm weather soon!

>Bonnie...I think you must be a hardy soul to prefer the winter! Although I have grown kids who live for the ski season!

>Oh dear friend Thisisme...I am wishing and praying you get some more lovely 'wedding weather' that lasts until Fall! Hugs~

> daughter is an Autumn baby and declares it the best time of the year. I think it might be a tie for me to summer!

>FirstHouseOnTheRight...Nicole, I am always intrigued with the way the equator divides the seasons...! I hope you enjoy a respite from your cold weather. And I still say you go girl and you will kick butt!

>Odie, I think I fall in your category for the most part, but I do love it when we get enough snow in the winter to make things look lovely, make a snowman and then melt by the second day!

>SweetTea, I'm a May baby, but I do love the Summer. Just not triple digits...YUCK! Stinky weather when it is triple digits~

>ChattyCrone...LOL, WHY do we act so? I know it is so, but we are strange characters we humans aren't we?

Desiree said...

Yes, you're right. It's no good wishing our lives away. The weather is not within our range of influence and so it's best just to adapt to each season and make the most of each day, whether too cold or too cold, because this is our life and it's passing us by all too quickly.

Sush said...

> aptly put! Seize the, whatever the temp!