DP Daily Prompt: In the Summertime

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Theoretically,summer will return to the polar-vortex-battered Northern Hemisphere. What are you looking forward to doing this summer? If you’re in the Southern Hemisphere, what are your fondest memories of summer past?

Unfortunately I am living in the northern hemisphere and am anxiously waiting for summer,which still looks as though it is taking its time to show itself because our behavior is less than desirable. Why you ask, we are not recycling as we should, we are making it look as if every space visible is a huge garbage can, we own too many cars per family and are the cause of pollution. We are too lazy to throw our used coffee cups in the designated areas,we ignore it and throw it on the spot where we had our coffee. We’ve been warned but we ignore the signs.

 

When summer decides to show up, I am planning to get every bit of stuff I am not using and making my house look like a junk yard, donate  to citizens who might find better use for them. 

My garden needs a thorough clean up and perennials would be sorted out, if they need to be thinned out then I’ll do that and not strangle them by overcrowding . The trees and shrubs need pruning, since I won’t be able to do this job,I’d hire the right people to take care of it.

Summer is the best time to get things done outdoors,which is what I plan to do.

When everything looks half decent I might take a trip near my home.I think I have written how I am going to utilize the summer months,hopefully it’ll appear without any further delay!

 

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29 thoughts on “DP Daily Prompt: In the Summertime

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  4. Dear Ranu,

    Thank you for this about summertime. She is approaching. I can smell her in the air. The birds can too. It is a wonderful time when all the energies light up.

    All good wishes,

    robert

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  15. I hope your summertime does come soon! Where I live, winters are pretty mild, so we did our pruning in March… now we are working on fixing drainage in our yard and putting up a fence before summer monsoons begin in June 🙂

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