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Summer is here

As temperatures here continue their steady ascent, the thought of escape becomes stronger. Somewhere green would be lovely, where the grass isn't yet burned by summer's sun, where a cool breeze blows through the trees and animals and humans take comfort in the calmness of nature.

Maintaining their 15 acres is a constant challenge, Paige admits. "I keep threatening to get sheep so we won't have to mow so much."

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Summer is for walking through wildflowers, of gazing at fields overflowing with color...

This is the perfect Wildflower Meadow to have a picnic today. Just me and Bee from  The House on Butterfly Lane.....................:

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For many of you, summer, after a long cold winter, means heading to the beach and soaking in the sun. For us that are drenched in hot sunshine year-round, we want to head away from the heat and the rays. Give us shade and cold climes right now!

refreshing, cut a giant sphere in half and make it look like melon from a garden centre market:
Two months of summer holidays for school and it might be time to make a list like this...
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I'm going to be eating lots of watermelon and mangoes and drinking lemonade. What about you?
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Colored Bookshelves

In India, most of us go in for bookshelves that are wooden or layered with natural-looking laminate. You'll occasionally find a red or blue shelf, but these tend to be limited to the kids rooms. I'm generalising, obviously, but these gorgeous coloured bookshelves make me want to rethink traditional colour choices. Do you have a coloured bookshelf at home?

Design Dozen: The World's Coolest Built-In Bookshelves | Apartment Therapy

blue painted built-ins, classic furnishings

Black bookshelves built into walls.

Library

color for study






I'd like to visit here...

German Alps - Garmisch - Germany Truly my favorite little town in the world. My husband and I extended our stay we loved it so much and cannot wait to go back. This mountain was the view form our guest house balcony. Such a magical place!

What a gorgeous view! It would be super to live here nestled in the German Alps, in good weather. The thought of bundling up in snowy winter has its charms, but it is not for me.

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