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Sweet Days of Summer


This summer actually feels like the summers from when I was a kid allowed to do whatever I wanted (within reason) after all my chores were done. The days go by fast doing nothing. How fortunate am I.


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  1. I miss summer days as a kid, now I only miss work at a week and half at most. Stupid work vacations, not nearly as long as school ones

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    1. School vacations certainly didn't prepare us for the week or two of vacation time as adults.

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  2. Doing nothing for days on end drove me nuts. But feeling like a kid again is great.

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    1. I don't recall being bored when I was a kid. Maybe I was. I did watch a lot of old movies on TV.

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  3. It smokey here but I have to say it a little better last few days.
    Coffee is on

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  4. That's a very good thing I think. Your flowers are looking quite healthy, I wonder what tonight's rain is doing for the flowers, I think they need it. Is that a yo-yo hanging from your tree? I'd think Molly might like that.

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    1. Yup, that a green yo-yo. The curly shadow on the aple tree is of a slinky. It's not doing well this year. I hope it's not because I'm stuff from it.

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    2. Ohhh, a Slinky (a Slinky), I thought you painted that on. Way friggin' cool!

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    1. Until this summer, I didn't realize how good I had it as a kid. And, now as an adult.

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  6. You are fortunate to be able to be retired, work, but enjoy the days when you can.

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    1. The Husband and I certainly are. We don't need or want much, so that helps.

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