Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Lady Summer has come to play. Oh she has brought the most incredible sights and sounds with her!!!

This morning as I sat on my front porch I was treated to the antics of 5 baby squirrels. I sat in amazement as I watch them jump from tree limb to tree limb and then to the top of the porch roof.

Next the birds were feasting on grasses and seeds they were savaging for. One Robin Red Breast was standing with a nice plump worm for her babies.

Children were walking about. Their voices and laughter could be heard resounding through the air.

Have you ever danced in the rain of summer or caught the sweet rain drops in your mouth. Played tag at dusk or chased lighting bugs.

Sat in the early dawn hours watching the sunrise. Or rocking in your favorite chair blowing bubbles. Watching as they floated toward God"s Heaven.

My friends to me this is pure bliss!!!!!


bluemuf said...

Hi Mary, I'm first this time. Doesn't happen very often. I so enjoyed your sights and sounds of spring. I have done all of those things and also it's so amazing to watch a moon set over a quiet lake.

Have a lovely happy day tomorrow

Hugs karen

Blondie ~ Vintage Primitives said...

Hello Mary!!
Thanks for visiting my blog! What a wonderful time I have spent discovering yours. Please come back and visit again! It is always special when the Lord sends someone our way. May He bless you with health, peace and embarrass you with blessings

Cathy said...

That is a lovely post, Mary. If it is not too hot to sit on the front porch, that is ~ :o) I am having fun taking pictures of God's little creatures.

tales from an O.C. cottage said...

Ohhhhhhhhh, how cute! My sister just discovered that what she thought were fruit rats rustling in her back yard, are actually baby squirrels! They are just about the most darling thing I have ever seen!

M ^..^

The Polka Dot Pixie said...

Isn't summer wonderful!!! I was working with my laptop on my front porch the other day just loving the bird's songs. I miss them so much in wintertime. Sounds like you are enjoying every minute!

Jan said...

Oh I miss lightening bugs!!! We don't have them out here. : (
No squirrels either! Why am I here, then? LOL!
Thanks for reminding me of all the fun of summer!


PEA said...

I'm so loving these summer days, the reasons being exactly the ones you described! I love to just sit and listen to the sounds of nature and children playing:-) xoxo

Vee ~ A Haven for Vee said...

It all sounds so delicious the way you describe it. (I watched a mama squirrel lug all her wee ones from one tree to another across the street. Can't imagine what made her need to do that.)

Hope that things are settling down for you and that you and your dh have some light for the path and the decision that you are making. I'm still praying.

Mary said...


Your post had a calming effect on my spirit tonight. I'm so glad I dropped in for a visit. After fighting for Brandon's rights over the last couple of days and with hubby with gout and other health problems, I've been quite stressed. And then add the renovations that are going about as fast as a tortise.

Your words painted a bright and lovely picture. Thanks so much for sharing.


ShabbyInTheCity said...

I love simple pleasures!

KarenHarveyCox said...

Your description of summer is perfect. I love those mornings when the Lord's blessings seem to dance. Your post is lovely and it matches the beautiful weather. Karen

Sandi McBride said...

I'll be so much happier if we get rain, lol...but I love feeding the wildlife, that's for sure!
lovely post!!

Tea Time and Roses said...

Hello Mary!

Lovely post! It is true, it is sometimes the simple things in life that bring us so much joy! Have a beautiful weekend!



vintage paper bella~andrea said...

Hi Mary, was out bloggin and found yours. I love squirells, there so cute.

Mimi said...

Hi Mary,
summer on your front porch sounds delicious...can I come join you and watch the squirrels and listen to the birds???

KarenHarveyCox said...

Mary, I have been working on a little girl's ballet dancer hanging artwork. Can you please e-mail me with your address, I would love to send you one for your grand daughter.

Also, just let me know how many grand daughters you have, just in case there is more than the one I see smiling at me when I visit your blog.

Have a wonderful Father's Day. Blessings, Karen

justabeachkat said...

Hi Mary

Remember me? I've been so bad about blog reading lately...not because I don't want to read, but because of my crazy life recently. Lots of company, which has been wonderful and then all the medical tests, etc. I've really enjoyed reading your posts I've missed.

I'm glad your son is doing better.


Maria said...

Such a lovely thought you gave me. if it weren't 110 degrees here I would be doing the same thing.

hugs, maria

Amy at Bunny Rose Cottage said...

Oh Mary, this post made me feel so warm and happy inside! It made me feel even more glad that summer is here! I cant wasit to play with my boys tomorrow :)

Hope ypu had a beautiful day!


see you there! said...

Sounds like a perfect summer day to me. We don't have lightning bugs and I sure wish we did.


Mimi said...

just stopped back by to let you know that I am still praying for your husband's leg...I know how difficult it is when a member of your body doesn't heal as it should after surgery...I am so sorry he continues to have problems...
Be Encouraged...
Prayers, and Hugs,

Sharon said...

Thank you for sharing such lovely thoughts! I enjoy these sweet, simple things also. :)

Becky said...

Oh Mary what a sweet post.
I could sit and watch all the happenings of all the little birdies all day.
Thanks for stopping by my blog. I have been away.
So good to hear from you.

Hope your having a Sunny day,