Monday, June 22, 2009

Happy Summer Solstice

Stonehenge, England.

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Anonymous said...

Happy Summer Solstice!!! Lovely artwork there, and I'm hungry for those pancakes!!! I got to you early for a change, lol! We had a great summer day today, perfect for the first day of summer. Hot and humid, I may be a freak, but I really like the summer that way!

Stephany said...

i love the one with the fairies.

it will be daylight here until 10pm-something now. we had thunderstorms today with hail mixed in! now the sun is out for the evening.

Jen said...


Same to you, Herrad. :)

Lover of Life said...

Happy Summer Solstice back to you. Love the looks of those pancakes, btw. Hope you are having a good day.

Webster said...

Hi Herrad,
Thanks for the lovely Solstice pictures! Exceptional!! And that's a lovely stack of pancakes you had there too -- yummy!

I hope your day was relatively pain free. ((((hugs))))

Herrad said...
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Herrad said...

Hi Rain,
Saw your comment too late to reply to last night.
I want those pancakes too!
Hope today, Monday is great weather again for you.

Hi Stephany,
A thunderstorm for midsummer how dramatic and then there was sun lovely, hope it it lovely for you today.
Hope your morning walk is sunny and warm and makes you feel good.

Hi Jen,
Thanks, have a great day today for the start of summer.

Hi Lover of Life,
I intend to have a good day hope you do too.

Hi Webster,
Lovely to see you have popped by, hope you are doing well?
Hoping for more pancakes today.
My day yesterday post thc and leg massage was good.
Hope today will be the same.

Thanks all you lovely people for coming by have a good day today.
Today summer starts hooorrrrRAAAAAAAH !!!

Big hugs to you all.



Kris said...

Those pancakes look yummy! Happy Summer Solstice to you!


Stan said...

Dear Herrad:

Happy Summer Solstice I guess? I'm kind of new to these pagan holidays; so I hope I handled this correctly.

I sacrificed a stuffed animal instead of the live goat if that's OK; I tend to get way too emotional at live sacrifice ceremonies to be honest.

I did strip down and run around the neighborhood wearing nothing but rainbow colored body paints if that gets me extra points.

The neighbors appeared less than enthusiastic about my exuberant holiday celebrations and called the police though.

That took almost five hours of explanation and claiming my constitutional right to freedom of expression, religion, and speech.

After posting bail, I'm now home again reflecting on this wonderful holiday experience with warm regards, contemplation, and thankfulness.

I believe I will choose a more subdued approach next year if that within the holiday guidelines.

I truly hope your having a great Day, and the summer sun is shining down upon every espect of your life.


Lanette said...

I can't believe Summer has offically arrived! It's been so hot here the last month I thought we were already half way through it! hehe

Great pics.

Kimberly said...

Yep, the longest day of the year. Fortuntely, not to hot here for ud, but a bit on the warn side none the less. As usual your picture are great! You actually inspired me to pose some pics on my site!

Herrad said...

Hi Kris,
The panckes were great, Richie put lots of maple syrup on them and eaten with strawberries.

H Stan,
If you were to join or form your own Morris Men ou would be able to celebrate in style.

I bet there were some neighbours who enjoyed the rainbow body paint.

Sounds kind of exciting, perhaps too exciting for most.

Hi Lanette,

Great that the weather has been good for a month already, hope it is not too hot for you.

Hi Kimberly,
Nice to hear from you, glad it is not too hot for you.
Will look at your pics as soon as I post this.

Hope you all have a good day.
Thanks for yolur visit.