I love summer, but I'm not sure I like...
Although you might notice that the humidity is only at 14%.
That's a really good thing, especially when it's this hot!
This pot of red petunias doesn't seem to mind the heat!
Bright, hot afternoon sun!
I've been enjoying some embroidery this week - it's a good needle and thread activity for hot days because there's not too much fabric to cover you up! I finished up this little Kathy Schmitz design. 1976 is the year Mike and I were married.
Then I started on the most recent one I had traced from the One Stitch at a Time club February download. I love birds, and Kathy must, too, because she often includes them in her designs.
A little early morning cool was found when stitching out on
the back porch!
Updated Saturday evening: I've continued working on this one each evening, and have the nest done now. This will be my Sunday slow-stitching.
Sharing this at Kathy's Quilts for Slow Sunday Stitching.
Another cool activity... an iced vanilla latte with a good book in our air-conditioned Starbucks!
Thanks go to my bloggy friend at the Faith, Trust, and Breast Cancer blog who recommended this book. Sonia Sotomayor is someone I don't know anything about and really should! She was born the same year as me - 1954 - and look what she has achieved. I'm only 20 pages into the book, but fascinated by her life story already.
Well, I cooled down long enough at Starbucks that now I'm too cold! Time to get back out in the nice, warm day! 😉
Joining in with LeeAnna and friends at Not Afraid of Color for I like Thursday!