The Bubbles of Summer

Remember when the most important thought on your mind was how many bubbles you could make?  And getting a bubble stuck on your head was okay, because it was all part of the master plan for the summer.

Back then, lying in the grass and taking a serious look at the clouds above, was a full time job, because that is when you thought of the very best thing to do next.  And ‘next’ always involved the water, where the contest of importance was who was going to get wet first, you or the dog.

Makes me want to dip my toes into the past, when time moved slower, and summer seemed to stretch on forever.

Now is the time to linger, just before the fall takes summer by the hand,

Now is the time to remember the worth of possibilities in our dreams.

Summers end is not here yet…get out and enjoy!




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2 Responses to The Bubbles of Summer

  1. Joan says:

    Hi Carol

    This is the first time I have commented on a blog. To tell the truth yours is only the second blog I have received. The first one was from my grand nephew who went off to teach English in Korea a few years ago. To start it was available very frequently but once he fell in love they stopped. He finally married the young lady last summer so I don’t hear from him but get all the news from his Dad.

    I must say I really have enjoyed your blog and will look forward to reading your book when it is published. I’m not sure just how I access anything further you may put into your blog but would love to continue to read your musings (if that is a fair way to describe your blog) Keep on writing.

    Best of luck Joan

    • Carole-Ann says:

      Thanks Joan for taking the time to visit with me! I am glad you enjoyed my blog, and most certainly hope you will return again! I will include you on my list for email notifications when I put up my next post. I have really enjoyed my first year of blogging, but as mentioned I will have to push to give it more time. It certainly is a wonderful way to keep my mind focused on writing, and that is one of the main reasons for starting out on this adventure.
      Talk to you again soon!

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