too hot to think

June 10, 2020

my thoughts for today

At the moment, it is 92 degrees (33.3C) outside and the humidity is making it feel over 100 degrees. Thank goodness for the pool, as we don’t have air conditioning. How would I survive without the pool? With out A.C.? The pool and a furnished basement help… A Lot! As our bedrooms are in the basement, it’s a comfortable sleep. As for the fact of not having air conditioning? I can’t afford to replace the furnace that went bust last winter.

You can bet I am getting back in the pool – for the third time today, when I am finished here! It’s not unusual for me to get in the pool four or more times a day. Usually a quick dip and to clean it, once in the afternoon, longer, lounging on my pool float.

Here are some photos I uploaded to Pixels today…

each photo is linked…

Abstract IPhone Case featuring the photograph A Spider And Its Dinner Abstract by Holly Morris
A spider and its dinner abstract
Abstract Spiral Notebook featuring the photograph On A Pedestal by Holly Morris
On A Pedestal
Abstract Throw Pillow featuring the photograph In Black And White by Holly Morris
In Black and White
Abstract Canvas Print featuring the photograph Free Fallen by Holly Morris
free fallen
Abstract Shower Curtain featuring the photograph Freaky Spider And Its Dinner by Holly Morris
freaky spider and its dinner

Of course, this is just a sampling of what I have available…

to see what photos/art I have available, click on any link below…

picfair (Potomac River)

large black snake in the grass coiled up and ready to strike
large black snake in the grass, coiled up and ready to strike
~ shutterstock ~
image of a red winged black bird with Gary Snyder quote
Nature is not a place to visit
it is home
~ Gary Snyder
~ pinterest ~

Tomorrow is…

June 11
National Corn on the Cob Day
National German Chocolate Cake Day (my dad’s favorite!)
National Making Life Beautiful Day

On June 11, 1184 BC Trojan War: Troy is sacked and burned, according to calculations by Eratosthenes
On June 11, 1403 John IV, Duke of Brabant, born in Arras, France (d. 1427)


“Respect is for those who deserve it
not for those that demand it.”

~ as you may have noticed, I’m going to start reblogging some posts, ones that may not have done so well or that are older…with or without updates.

take care
stay safe
much love

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