End of August

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It was only a minute ago that I was complaining that Spring would not allow Summer to come with full gusto!

Summer seemed to last forever when I was young

(only a couple of years ago I might add– hold on Im choking)  🙂

Now, I seemed to have blinked and it’s on the way out!

But– what this fantastic blog has taught me, is to try and capture my day to day wonderfulness, and with my DipityRoad I can review easily what has gone by.

This fast journey as been a good one!

Case in POINT!!

(When you change the way you look at things the things you look at change.) Wayne Dyer

Taking a moment to stop — look a wee bit closer— Mr. Hornet is modeling for me!

I’m posting this late at night and love hearing the very talented Melody Gardot — Sleep tight! She is what I sound like in my DREAMS 🙂

BTW…

I have a little tease coming on Friday — it has to do with some very fun DIY Halloween ideas!

Hope you will check back and for sure… plan on joining with us on Friday Finding Beauty.

HUGS!

TTFN~~ Claudia

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August 30, 2010 at 11:27 pm | summer | 3 comments

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3 responses to “End of August”

  1. Sue says:

    This summer did zip by, didn’t it?  When it was cold and dreary out last winter,  I wanted warm weather so badly.  Now I am longing forward to cool,  crisp days.  How come  I’m  never satisfied?!
    Your photo is beautiful. Did you know you were capturing that little guy when you were shooting?
     
     

  2. DogsMom says:

    I love a teaser! You have me curious and excited. I’ll be back!

  3. Claudia,
    I couldn’t agree more — summer flew by. Perhaps it seemed like a particularly long winter? Or maybe because it was so dreaded hot that I spent more time indoors than out?
    Love the ‘yellow jacket’ posing on the zinnia.
    Your Friend,
    Deborah

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