Today’s photos are a pretty yellow & pink sunset.
Summer is hot and humid in Florida with frequent showers. It’s hurricane season but the sky is still usually blue.
I don’t know about you, but the words “a beautiful day in the neighborhood” make me think of Mr. Rogers. I miss that kind man on TV. Anyway, a few days ago I went into the yard about 11 am and looked at my vinca (periwinkle).
Several weeks ago I shared a visit to a florist. Today I’m sharing a visit to a large landscape garden center on a bright, sunny Florida morning around 10 AM. There were just a few people at the center.
For the last few months, we’ve had lots of rain here in Central Florida. I had rain daily for 2 weeks while storms came into the Gulf. It doesn’t rain all day but by afternoon or early evening the heat drives moisture into the air and the showers come a shore. In between, we have blue skies although there are sometimes darker looking clouds lingering in the sky. Luckily, we have not had a hurricane or strong tropical storm land in our area. My prayers go out to those in areas that have flooded, had the hurricane winds hit, or faced a raging fire. Hope you are having great weather wherever you are. Here are a couple of shots of the skies above a lake in the area.
A little town close to my home is New Port Richey. We’ve visited it before with posts on Tasty Tuesday’s farmer’s market and even gardening ideas from the professional landscape around the City Hall. Read More