Ginger cuteness, purr and simple.
Love the end of your post!
It's been pretty hot here in France too, and looks set to stay that way for a while. We are glad for our fans and the fact that the ground floor always stays cool.Purrs,The Chans
hay ewe galz.....we hope everee onez safe in all that flooding...thatz never a good thing...R flowerz R shot two ...tho we due haz SUM day lillies tryin ta bloom, dont noe if they R going two ore knot, but at leeest they iz tryin ~~~~ heerz two a grate week a head ♥♥☺☺
We're glad you were spared, girls!
The pee-o-knee is fabulous!MeganSydney, Australia
Ugh, flooding is terrible! We had a very wet winter, but our local river was able to handle it. Our roses are past their first bloom prime, but we usually get a few more blooms throughout the summer. Most of the other flowers have come & gone or are fading fast. It's supposed to be 100 degrees here this weekend. But the tomatoes will like the heat, and they're yummy.
Wow! That's a lot of water! It's not so hot here, but it is more humid...we only got a little bit of rain though.
OMC look at that flooding!!!! Awful! Your flower is gorgeous though!
We could use some of that rain! Spread out over a week...
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