Hello everyone, I hope all is well with you. I’m back today after a hectic week. Over the weekend, we thought our youngest had broken his foot. Even the doctor said he had a fracture. So, when hubby came home from taking him for his check-up, I found out that he didn’t have a break at all but a bad sprain. Yay! But boy that first diagnosis caused some stress!
But enough about that. I’m trying to get back into the swing of things with my writing and I’ve accomplished quite a bit this week. I’m almost finished with an important scene and hopefully, I’ll be able to spend a lot of time this weekend on my story.
But I don’t want to talk about that either. There is one thing I want to know, and that is where is my SUMMER??
The whole month of June all we’ve had is RAIN, and as much as I like a good thunderstorm, these bleak and dreary days are sapping me of my motivation to get outside and run. Well, get outside to do anything at this point. We’ve had sixty-degree weather and rain this whole month. Ugh.
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I want hot weather and sticky humidity. I want it so hot that we complain about the heat and we forget how horrible our last winter was. I want to head up to the lake and watch the sun rise and set on those steamy days when it doesn’t get dark until ten o’clock at night. I can’t wait to stare up at the night sky and see all the stars. It’s amazing when you gaze at them while standing on the end of the dock, with the sound of the waves lapping the shore and you don’t know where the sky ends, and the water begins. There’s such a feeling of vastness. It’s one of my favorite things to do.
How about you? Are you wondering where your summer is?
According to weather gurus there’s been a shift in the Gulf Stream, at least that’s what the experts are saying in the UK, so there’s nothing we can do about it at this point except hope and pray there’s another shift that sends hot weather our way.
The reason this is so upsetting is because I have plans for this summer. I’m going to sit in the sun and tackle some of the books on my TBR pile. Then when I get done with that, I’m going to write like there’s no tomorrow. I’ve got three books floating around in my brain and it’s time to get them out.
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I also want to hike more this summer because it’s good for me and I enjoy it immensely. We’re planning on going up north and spending a week on the shores of Torch Lake, but no big trips until next year. So where is my hot, sticky weather?
How about you? Do you have plans for this summer? Leave a comment! I’d love to hear from you!