Mixed Signals for a June Morning!


Don’t feel too sorry for us. The forecast is for sunshine and the seventies Friday and Saturday. But don’t blame us if we don’t believe it!

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16 thoughts on “Mixed Signals for a June Morning!

  1. Well, thanks for making me see that Seattle’s cloudy, rainy, drippy, cold is not as bad as it could be. ๐Ÿ™‚ I can’t wait for the sun!

  2. I know how it feels, as I lived in cool, rainy Seattle area where summer didn’t start until the 4th of July, at LEAST.

    Now, I’m in Houston and it’s over 90 degrees everyday, and the LOW temp.s are in the upper 70’s. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Wow, you’ve got to be kidding. Snow in June!

    I finally became content with being in Phoenix some time last year, in the last few weeks, however, I have caught myself grumbling over how hot it’s been and dreading the heat that’s coming in July and August. Now I’m thinking I should just be grateful for “whatever state I’m in.”

    May the Lord continue to be your sun, your joy and your peace.

  4. My daughter called me today on her way home from teaching a women’s Bible study. She said it has reached 98 degrees where she lives and they think it is the end of the world (that was without humidity).

    We live in the Midwest so she remembers some very hot summers growing up. We never had snow in June, though.

  5. My sympathies to the owner of the tricycle!

    We had snow here last week too which was a bit of a novelty, as it doesn’t often snow here in winter. (‘Here’ being Christchurch, New Zealand) But at least June is supposed to be cold for us!

  6. I enjoy hearing the gasps around here (California) when I say that I’ve seen snow in Idaho in every month of the year, save August.

    Hopefully that snowmelt will make a great slip-and-slide for the weekend!

  7. This is a great photo; it’s wallpaper on the computer for today! We had snow in Spokane but it disappeared as it landed.

  8. Actually, I do remember snow on Moscow Mountain in August….back in 1980….we were newlyweds of two weeks and packing up to move to Alabama for the coming year. I remember arriving in beautiful, but hot and humid, Birmingham wishing for some of that cold white stuff that we left back in Idaho! =)

  9. All day I kept hearing Doug’s voice reminding us that its only four months till Winter back at the Spring Cleaning Conf. in April. Well, NOW it’s only two and a half!!!! Ughh! ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. Sarah,
    Funny how I’ve kept remembering that comment as well! But let’s be fair. Winter doesn’t REALLY begin until the end of October (if we are lucky).So cheer up! That is still four and a half months away….

  11. Mrs Wilson,

    We are preparing to start homeschooling our two oldest sons in first grade and have some questions regarding the best curriculum etc. Would it be possible for you to email me if you have time so I can be a little more specific in both the details and our questions? I know that I’m a total stranger so if you don’t want to, that’s fine ๐Ÿ™‚


    Ps. The snow looks quite nice from here! But… I don’t have a garden or flowers to watch being frozen to death.

  12. Here in the hot and humid Deep South we can play outside almost all winter long, but these summer months are times for hiding indoors with the A/C blasting! We school through the summer and take some fall and winter months to enjoy being outdoors.

  13. Joanne,
    I would be happy to help direct your questions about first-grade curriculum to someone who could help you much better than I can, and that is Logos School, where my children went k-12. They have many materials available and here’s their website: http://www.logosschool.com/
    Many blessings,

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