Lovely seasons both.
It's what lies between that's a bit difficult, hot, dry, tiring.
But it's not all bad, far from it.
Of course we have winter too, but later for that. It just seems so very far away.
Samson Says: How far away, mommy? I need me some winter soon!
Samson, i saw on TV that you will have cold early this year, i know you will be happy.ReplyDelete
i prefer the fall look, that must be fall in the header. I love that shot in the header, especially the bottom half of it.
awww. poor samson. yup, i'm not really fond of texas summer, either. not quite as brutal as yours is, most years, but way too hot and long.ReplyDelete
Are you self sufficient there as a farm? Looks very pretty. A little bit like Little House on the Prairie.ReplyDelete
Poor Samson. I think I would buy a large child's wading pool and fill it with water in the shade. Put some ice cubes in it too?ReplyDelete
OH How pretty! You live in a paradise that is beautiful my friend kisses the end of the world!ReplyDelete
Hi Inger .. we've had a reasonable summer thankfully ... I just hope we don't have another harsh winter.ReplyDelete
Samson I understand your feelings .. but I'm happier in Autumn, Spring and a gentle summer ..
Those veggies your Master has provided for your Mistress look pretty good - what a great veggie patch ...
Cheers to you all - Hilary
It's been unseasonably cool here this summer Inger -- but is supposed to heat up this week. I'm hoping for a little heat wave before fall arrives.ReplyDelete
Kisses to Samson.
We'd all love winter if we had fabby coats like Samson's. Lovely photos :-)ReplyDelete
I need me some winter, too, Samson.ReplyDelete
Oh poor Samson in his nice coat. Your seasons are beautiful though. BReplyDelete
Very nice, Inger. I like doing that, comparing views of the same thing and using photos to make a post about a subject. Good way to use extra photos too.ReplyDelete
Love that garden - that can be a lot of work, too.
Samson--like you, I prefer cold weather. It must be due to all my feathers--& your fur!!ReplyDelete
Poor dear Samson.ReplyDelete
I'm with you, Samson. Winter time, please!ReplyDelete
Loved that spring shot with the interesting boulders and flowers.ReplyDelete
That is quite a nice garden you have. Good eating.
We have had a delightfully cool summer. Makes me wonder what Winter will bring.