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Friday, September 16, 2011

Summer is Quickly Fading

September 16, 2011

It's sunny, but cool this morning.  Feels like an Autumn morning.  Silly me, it will definitely be Autumn by the calendar in just a few days.  I'm still wearing my summer flip flops, but I brought my sneakers and socks just in case it stays cool. 

Yesterday, Tootsie and I went to the hospital for her check up, but there was an emergency in the neurology department, so we ended up re-scheduling for early October.  Tootsie was happy with this.  While we were at the hospital, they were holding a ribbon cutting ceremony outside the front of the building.  Tomorrow will be the grand opening, so we might take a ride there to join in the festivities.

I'm at work, and the Mrs is sleeping, but soon she will be awake and wanting her breakfast.  So let's get right to my photo for this morning.  Yesterday we had a bit of rain.  In between downpours, I took a few photos of the flowers and weeds.  I like photographing raindrops on plants.  Here is a pink rosebud, and a pretty little weed that grows in the kiln outside my door.

Well, Mrs is awake now, so I have to get busy here.  The weatherman is saying that the difference between today's temperature and yesterday's will be 15-20 degrees.  Brrrrr.  I may have to change into my socks and sneakers!  Till tomorrow, Y'all have a wonderful day.

Hugs, Edna B.


The Queen Jester said...

Oh that sounds so cold! Beautiful photo of the rose with the morning dew. I can't get myself out the door in the morning - except to jump into the hot tub and soak my achy body. I realize it's the best light, but I'm just lazy.

Anonymous said...

Your photos are so beautiful. I love the raindrops. Thanks for sharing.

seamhead gypsy said...

Ehh.... That's the bad part about this time of the have to wear socks and sneakers. But I try to hang on a little longer by wearing shorts till the world series is over. It's not that bad, but my wife thinks I look silly with a long sleeve shirt and or jacket on with shorts.