If you all were here for my post last week, you will understand the whole thing with the 600 Brilliant Blog Post Ideas and where it came from, but if not, you can check it out here. If not, then read on.
I’m not going to waste your time going on and on about my love affair with summer. My regular readers already know how much I adore it. And if you’re a new reader, there’s no need to bore you. But truth be told, summer officially begins in four short days, and I’ve been catching myself daydreaming about pretty much every wonderfully stereotypical summer moment in existence. You know what I’m talking about: sunshine pouring down onto rivers filled with bathing suit clad friends on rafts, picnics with juicy peaches and watermelon and vibrant colors and lots of gingham, bare feet dancing in the dirt to late night music under starry skies, yellow bicycles and flower crowns and lemonade and ethereal lighting in all its glory. And lots of images like those you see above, most of which can be found on my Summertime Pinterest board. (Yep, just like with plants, I have a whole board devoted to my most beloved of seasons.)
If you’re a summer girl like I am, I hope that these images get you pumped for the best time of the year. And if you’re one of those non-summer people (I promise I love you despite our differences), I hope they remind you that even in the greatest heat and most blinding of sun rays, there are some pretty incredible moments to be had in the sweet summertime.
Blind, deaf dog rescued from Harpeth River sandbar
"He would not quit licking me with his sewer breath. I didn't care. He was so happy." Massey was still piecing details together Monday, puzzled about how Charlie wound up stranded on a sandbar when she wasn't near the Harpeth River on Saturday. Read more on The Tennessean
In Transit. In Angkor Wat.
A breeze that was about as hot–and about as satisfying–as dog breath moved past us. We continued on to another smaller temple about a mile away and stood in its cool, darkened passageways until we felt we had the energy to ascend it. We moved through … Read more on Huffington Post
Diabetic Alert Dog in Training
"By just smelling Will's breath he can tell whether his blood sugar levels are rising or falling," said Peter Anderson, who owns Agape Pet Services and has been helping train Cutch. The 15-week-old yellow Labrador retriever (named after Pittsburgh … Read more on WHAG
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