#33 Thursday Thoughts: What Was Your Best Memory This Summer?

For us, we have enjoyed the covid restrictions easing and being able to spend time with our friends and family. What about for you all? We love hearing about what you have been getting up to.

Katie & Evee

19 thoughts on “#33 Thursday Thoughts: What Was Your Best Memory This Summer?

  1. Though Anita and I mourn for and with those who have lost loved ones, lost jobs, been ostracized either because of getting a vaccine or rejecting one, and lots of other tragedies associated to this pandemic, overall it has been pleasant for us.
    We enjoyed the lower pollution that allowed beautiful pictures of our beloved Ulan Bator in winter, less traffic noise in our little corner of Kentucky, and we’ve met (at a safe distance) neighbors we never knew because so many in our neighborhood took to walking to avoid a “Covid-19 Bulge.” πŸ˜‰
    It will be nice to have people over to our home soon, eat out with friends and meet in-person with our church fellowship, but all-in-all, it has almost seemed like an extended vacation for us.
    β€œWe can complain because rose bushes have thorns, or rejoice because thorns have roses.” (Alphonse Karr)
    ❀️&πŸ™, c.a.

  2. Just sitting in our tiny garden watching and listening to the birds, and seeing many bees and butterflies. We have enjoyed the peaceful atmosphere, less traffic, fewer airplanes.

  3. Going to the beach as a thunderstorm rolled in. Also being able to spend time with my deaf grandfather, as his cancer has now become terminal and I finally got to put my sign language to use.

  4. My best memory was the great spell of beautiful weather we had over here for a few weeks during July and August and with the restrictions being lifted a little it meant a little more freedom to meet friends and do stuff.
    I’m changing blogs later today to kenhume31.wordpress.com and deleting this one! Was wondering could you come over to it and give me a follow?! 😁Thanks in advance! πŸ™

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