A Summer’s Day

Wildflowers, Meadowbrook Park, July 2007.I remember the day this picture was taken. It was a hot day in late July 2007. My companions on the walk were impatient with my picture taking. Otherwise, I would have taken more pictures of the beautiful wildflowers. Today started with freezing rain, then snow. The clouds departed, the sun came out, and the temperature rose. I can hear the water dripping off of the eaves. The temperature is predicted to be 32 degrees with a west wind of 12 mph giving a feels-like temperature of 23 degrees at running time. I am excited about going running this evening in the warmer weather!

Take care and thanks for reading.

Sarah

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2 Responses to A Summer’s Day

  1. Shady_Grady says:

    We just had about 6″ of snow but there is supposed to be a thaw coming either Thursday or by the weekend. So hopefully it will mostly melt away.

    • Sarah says:

      Hi Shady 🙂

      It is 50 degrees here!!!! And sunny I might add. If I didn’t have so much to do, I would take the day off and spend it outside. One thing that can be said for all this cold weather is that when it gets warm again, I feel fantastic! Of course, there is a blizzard warning for Thursday with snow and freezing rain and wind and who knows what. I am enjoying today, though. 🙂 I think this warm weather is probably coming your way although sometimes we are in different weather systems since you are surrounded by those Great Lakes.

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