Fall weather has arrived in Texas, which means the mornings are cool and the days warm up to a wonderful 70 or 80.
The Texas heat has definitely gone, but in it’s memory here’s one of my father’s summer paintings.
Hope fall is as nice to you as it is here in Texas 🙂
I’m sitting on my patio in a sweatshirt. It feels so dang refreshing! October is my favorite month. When I lived in Pennsylvania, it was because of the fall colors. In Texas? It’s the month with the longest window of time before debilitating summer heat returns.
Dang! Your father was a talented artist. I love that painting.
Yes, now and the week that is spring are the most beautiful times of the year in Texas.
Glad you like the painting. It was one of my father’s favorites.
Love the painting, great details and where did our summer go? Fall in Minnesota is absolutely gorgeous and one of my favorite seasons with weekend campfires and great friends. Thanks for sharing ♥
Glad you like the painting, Renee. As I get older, the minutes are longer and the years are shorter. Not sure how Einstein would explain that!
Enjoy those campfires 🙂
What a lovely painting! But while you’re breathing a sigh of relief down there, I’m wistfully eyeing the sun and sand in the painting. Our temperatures have dipped below zero every night this week. *sigh*
Sorry to tease you, Diane, but if it makes you feel any better, I didn’t actually get to the beach this year either 🙂
If you really want to stop your temperatures dipping below zero, perhaps you could your forecast in Kelvin?
Alternative, you could just punch the smart-a, and that might warm you up 🙂
There’s a good idea – if it hit zero Kelvin, I wouldn’t be worrying about the weather anymore. But all in all, I think I like your second idea better. 🙂
I shall remember to duck when we meet!
It never even occurred to me that you were referring to yourself – trust me, you’re safe! I’d only punch the smart-a folks I don’t like. That would keep me permanently warm (not to mention entertained). 😉
We’re finally starting to cool off a smidge here in Florida, too. I noticed that I’m not coming back from walking my dogs around the block drenched in sweat anymore.
Yes, our dog walks are starting to cool off, too. Unfortunately, our Siberian husky likes the cold weather more and wants to walk longer!
I haven’t seen any of your own paintings, Nigel. Maybe you could bring some to our writers’ group.
LOL. My painting is restricted to matte white on the walls!