My presence on social media has been sporadic the past month as I try to squeeze in as much activity as I can before winter returns – which, based on current temperatures, feels like it won’t be long.
Even though we are now passed the summer solstice, it feels like we are still waiting for summer to arrive. Temperatures continue to be below normal and water levels are extraordinarily high everywhere.
I’m not to be discouraged though. I’ve been busy exploring unfamiliar places …
… and trying to learn new skills.
Sampling some of Canada’s *finest* cuisine at the Midland Buttertart Festival …
… and spending quality time with family members.
The overly generous amount of rain we continue to receive is making yard work a nightmare. I think all the weeds are sentient beings and plotting a hostile takeover.
It could be worse though. In some areas, farmers’ fields are underwater and the city can’t keep up with maintenance of green spaces.
I don’t know what July has to offer, but I’m hoping there will be a lot less rain and a lot more sunshine.
Changing Seasons is a monthly photo feature hosted by Max at Cardinal Guzman.