Monday, June 21, 2010

Summer Solstice


Happy Summer Solstice!
Summer Solstice is a major celestial
event. The Summer Solstice results in the longest day and the shortest night of the year. June 21st marks the beginning of SUMMER in the northern hemisphere.

14 comments:

Marilyn said...

Oh how I love summer!!
Have a Wonderful Day!
Love,
Marilyn
xxoo

lakhsmita indira said...

im here Fairy Fish... im holding the sun.
do you like my new fish? :D

Marlene said...

Great Sun! How is your shop going?

Mother's Moon's Message said...

Have a blessed summer Solstice... love the sun

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Linda in New Mexico said...

Happy Summer, darling one. I love the sun....too cool/hot.
vert word: ovenos.
sometimes at this time of year the sun makes us feel like we're in an ovenos.

Deborah said...

I think summer starts in February here in the desert! That should explain the pool. **kisskiss** Deb

audrey said...

I believe that, Deborah. I was only in Arizona once - Carefree - March of 1980. It was HOT!! I would like to get back to AZ someday. I have a very dear girlfriend living in Tucson who is soon moving to Scottsdale. The big problem is I don't like to fly - that's a LONG drive!!
If I remember correctly, I think just about everyone had a pool. Understandably so!
♥ audrey

audrey said...

I hope you have a wonderful day, too, Marilyn. And a great summer!
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Mita, your illustration today is spectacular!
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Marlene, I painted this spiral sun on my foyer wall a few years back.
I am still selling - I just hope it continues to do well. Thanks for asking.
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Mother Moon, I wish you a blessed sommer solstice, too!!
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Linda, Happy Summer to you and yours! (And those little turtle people, too).

♥ audrey

Anna Rosa Designs said...

Hi Audrey,
Brrh, our shortest night got down to one degree. Very cold for here in Oz. The cold blitz is continueing.
Happy summer days to you.
Hugs,
Anna

audrey said...

1 degree !!! OUCH! That is just a wee bit too cold. It is too bad we can't spread the temps all around the globe evenly and everyone could be comfortable all the time. That sounds good to me. (:
Keep warm, Anna Rosa.
♥ audrey

lakhsmita indira said...

ohh, you.
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lakhsmita indira said...

blushing
blushing
blushing

lakhsmita indira said...

thank you
thank you
thank you