Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Summer

Sunday was the first official day of summer. Of course, summer's been here for several weeks, but now it's official. Summer means different things to different people. For workers, summer is a time to look forward with anticipation (or possibly dread) to a vacation. For  school children, it means no studying, no tests, no teachers--unless they're in summer school. For some people, it means the weather will be hotter when they engage in their favorite outdoor activity.

What are your plans for this summer? Leave a comment and tell us.

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4 comments:

Patricia Bradley said...

This summer I will be writing a short story and then book 1 of the Cold Case series. It's set in Memphis so I see myself driving over to do research.

Richard Mabry said...

Patricia, of course I realize that your research will be entirely serious, and won't include any nice restaurants and scenic places, but try to have fun anyway.

Patricia Bradley said...

Well, part of the story does happen on Beale Street...and then there's the Pink Palace...and all cops eat at Rendezvous for their world famous barbecue...and a murder without it involving the Peabody wouldn't be a proper murder at all. :-)

Richard Mabry said...

Patricia, wave to the swans at the Peabody for me. As for the Rendezvous, when those folks talk about barbecue they mean pork with sauce on it, for goodness' sake. I'll take Texas barbecue, which means beef smoked over mesquite, any day. But have fun.