end of summer sweat.

{by katie quinn davies via creature comforts}
I hope you are all enjoying your end of summer or the beginning of your spring. The evening air here is a different kind of crisp already. Nights are typically sweater weather, but autumn's wind has a different bite to it. Still, it's warm enough to enjoy drinks with ice in sweaty mason jars. And I intend to listen to the baritone clinks of ice in my glass of blueberry juice while ice still feels like a good idea.

happy transitions to you!

11 comments:

Hollie said...

there are no words for my level of jealousy. I just checked the forecast for the upcoming 7 days here.. nothing below 105.

Never, ever have I craved autumn so badly... buuuut, I guess if I can't have it just yet, I am glad that at least you can. :]

Claire Kiefer said...

I am not ready to let summer go! I'm still daydreaming about Mexico every day, haha. :) We're lucky to have really wonderful weather here, no doubt . . . but man, I'm still hanging onto summer. At least football is coming!

Lady Grey said...

I agree, I love this transitional time of year... it's the best of both worlds (I could never decide if I liked summer or fall more anyway).
xo

Annie said...

blueberry juice = yummmm! love this pic. the color palette is so pretty. I'm definitely feeling fall in the air here (DC)

Daisy said...

same to you! great photo.

Monica {bohemian twilight} said...

we're still in the sweaty hot throes of Summer over here in Montenegro. conducive to reading in the shade.... :)

Lilli said...

Summer is definitely over here in south east Norway. We even managed to beat the 107 year old record concerning rain. So, summer or autumn, makes no difference I suppose.

Kavery said...

Waiting for Spring on the 1st of September - yay - not long now

Poppies and Sunshine said...

This picture is so cute. Love the different jars used as drinking glasses :) I hope you are enjoying the end of summer too! I am off to the coast this weekend to visit friends. A little farewell to summer. Happy weekend! xo

Marisa Midori said...

These transition times are my favourite time of the year. Cheers!

Sarah Klassen said...

Looks delicious!

Autumn has just hit here—the leaves are falling and it's a bit blustery today—except not so cold. (thank goodness) I don't mind in the least—in fact, I enjoy the refreshing feel :)

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