Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Sunny and 60 degrees!

It was 60 degrees when I went walking.
So warm I took my sweater off.

I was delighted to see Dandelions!

I just walked down the street
and around the block.

I wanted to be home on my deck in case a butterfly happened to emerge.

I was thrilled when the Question Mark did!
I would love a couple weeks of 60 degrees!
An Indian Summer day!


TC said...

Beautiful photos. Now be honest; did you blow all the seeds off that dandelion? ;~)

Q said...

Dear TC,
Yes I did!!!
The north wind is blowing and it is to drop into the teens tomorrow...I am so glad I stayed outside today.

ICQB said...

I'm so jealous! It's been snowing here all week!

Q said...

Dear ICQB,
I stayed outside all day knowing the wind was to shift. High 64 one day low 16 this morning!!
Kansas City is well know for being a swing state!
Stay warm!
I do like snow in January!

cAtHy said...

Oh I could use a 60 day here! No I dealt with 29 instead. Glad you enjoy your day.

Q said...

Dear Cathy,
Brrr... now!
Up and down the temps have been flying.
You have had snow too.
I saw we are to have a mini warm up so I will try and get outside.
I have inside things to do but I expect cold is going to be more of the norm once we get into December.
I will do my chores later!
Stay warm!

Sue said...

It's always cool when someone can make dandelions look so pretty! I found you this morning, I think, because of a comment you made to someone else's blog, but had to go to work, and your site was still up when I came home.

I like your other photos, too!

Q said...

Dear Sue,
"Walking in Beauty" is my walking journal. I try and post every time I go walking but sometimes I walk in the evening with my husband and do not take photographs.
If you have a few minutes you might enjoy "Q's Corner". I post about the birds and bugs and the comings and goings at my house. Right now I am wild about fibers...
Always something fun going on.
I am looking forward to visiting you.

Judy said...

Wonderful dandelion clock!! They are so hard to capture!
Thanks for sharing!!