this is lemonade

A mindful, grateful, creative life: Life constantly hurls lemons at us. I’m on a mission to make lemonade as best I can, by God’s grace.

Rain, rain go away…


I’m sitting at a window, looking out at a blue sky with puffy clouds in it. For two days running, the weather forecast for London has been somewhat incorrect. The heavy rains they threatened yesterday did not materialise. Thankfully. There was a bit of drizzle. That’s all. Today, there were supposed to be white clouds with some sunny spells…it’s mostly been nice bright blue skies decorated with puffy clouds and sunshine.

Am I complaining? No. In some parts of the country, there has been enough surface water for some to take to jet-skiing. Not good. Summer is definitely over. For now. The sunshine does not bring warmth, and we’ve had chilly winds all week. Monday was absolutely freezing. The rain was like ice. Sort of.

Ode To Summer

So I just wanted to brighten things up a bit. Thoughts of summer are definitely in order. Just reminiscing about some of the colours of sunshine. And I’m hoping some of you who read this from up north are ok, in the midst of all the devastating flooding 😦


9 thoughts on “Rain, rain go away…

  1. WHOA! Those are such compelling shots! I can smell the roast tomatoes just by looking at the photos. You make the giant whale in my tummy growls now. (>,<)

  2. It looks mouth-watering good!

  3. Yummy and summery. We had a months worth of rain in two days here in Newcastle. Flooding brought the city to a standstill on Tuesday morning. So these photos really brighten things up.

    • I’m glad the pictures help although the floods looked really horrible. How’s things this week? It was really yucky here yesterday but it’s just cloudy and windy today, no rain forecast until tonight…

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