Thursday, August 6, 2009

A Place in The Shade

Thank goodness it is cooling off just a bit but, still I will take the time to sit inside, allow the hot asphalt roll by, and instead watch the faucet drip.



Some papaya to soothe my sore throat.



Some crisp fresh pears to to float my imaginary boat.



And then blend them together when I get bored, and spoon out each sip.



A book would be good. I might even make it through the entire pile.



I'll make a feline stretch and attempt to reach for a fork,
and file on in mounds of some dark-molasses-ginger-bread.



I'll search around for another spot...



..just to posture my Self for another view.

25 comments:

lena said...

thats such a comfortable post, makes me feel good for stopping by :)

drollgirl said...

oh, these are such lovely shots!!! just gorgeous!

and i hope that sore throat is better soon. :)

myan photography/zuppaartista said...

sounds like a lovely day inside!
pass the molasses cake this way!!! *drooooool*

i always get so hungry when i stop by your blog! you always have the most amazing goodies! :)

Manon Doyle said...

Hey Teri,
love the post and pics! Something about your blog really comforts me. It's a perfect place to land.

Kathy said...

Feel better! Awesome pictures.

Gabbi said...

Lovely photography... scrolling through your post completely reminded me of why I love summer. So what's this about blending papaya and pear together?? *!!Yum!!*

Shadow said...

comfort, beauty and peace personified!

TERI REES WANG said...

I sat "bitch-seat" on the way to the No Doubt concert two Mondays ago, with the air-conditioning blowing full blast and that's all it took.
I have had that Summer drip ever since. The Sun feels good, and the Ocean, and the pool, and then it just creeps back.

TERI REES WANG said...

I sat "bitch-seat" on the way to the No Doubt concert two Mondays ago, with the air-conditioning blowing full blast and that's all it took.
I have had that Summer drip ever since. The Sun feels good, and the Ocean, and the pool, and then it just creeps back.

down and out chic said...

oh no, sore throats are no fun. i hope you feel better soon. papaya reminds of summers in puerto rico- we'd pick up papaya and mangoes straight off the dirt ground and eat them. those were sweet days.

Jules @ Lovely Las Vegas said...

Sounds and looks like a wonderful day!

Renee said...

Teri you have a big heart and a beautiful blog.

Thank you.

Renee xoxo

Toothfairynotes said...

yummy! everything looks so good haha! droolsss...


Have a great weekend!
*loves*

Kellie Collis said...

If its cooling down there it means the warmth is heading my way!! x

vicki archer said...

I would happily sit with you ...... gorgeous images, xv.

Room design studio said...

you captured my heart , and stomach , with that molasses ginger bread!!

you have an award waiting for you at my blog! thanks for being such a great follower ! you always deserve the best so get well soon!

Multifarious By Design said...

What a gorgeous curtain up top. That reminds me of my grandma—so relaxing and comforting.

Jowy said...

oehh those foodpics look so yummmmie!!!
One Love,
Jowy
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josephine said...

mm, fruit smoothies! i'm obsessed with them!

sinnlighet said...

yes yes yes, me like!

lovely blog!

agneta from sweden

Renee said...

Anti-war uncle Teri, I love him already.

Have a wonderful day.

Love Renee xoxo

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The Cottage Cheese said...

Yummy gingerbread and fruit! This is such a beautiful post. I want to curl up with a cup of tea, look at vintage gardening books, and eat a sweet sort of bread. Too bad I can't take tomorrow morning to do this...