Sunday, August 2, 2020

Place of Escape

This is my place of escape on a hot summer afternoon.

At Harmony Hills August is generally a month when one wants to find a cool spot to relax.











The flowers begin to wane in the heat and the garden like myself takes a bit of rest.

I gather a few good books - a cool drink and find the glider .  It sits in a shady spot which is perfect when there is a breeze. 

On my reading list is Max Lucado's "Unshakable Hope".   I have read his books for years and always find them so inspirational.  This one is no exception.

For a light mystery that always ends well and a good who-done it - Mary Higgins Clark is a favorite.  "The Melody Lingers On" appears to be a quick, fun read.  Will let you know.

Last have chosen an author that is new to me- Diane Chamberlain - "Her Mother's Shadow" looks like it will be a fascinating read that takes place on the "Outer Banks" of North Carolina.
 
Well friends maybe you will share your place of escape with me.

Have a blessed week.

Hugs 

Debbie
P.S. This is my first post written on the new e-blogger.  It was a challenge but managed to navigate .  For this not so techie person - will say this post took a bit longer than usual.  Hope next week it will be easier !😊    

" ...but through knowledge the righteous escape."  Prov. 11:9b









 

17 comments:

  1. Looks like a great spot! Mine is on my balcony under a beach umbrell! Enjoy your reads!

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  2. It seems that the place is very comfortable to read a book while looking at the beautiful garden ....,

    Happy reading.
    Greetings from Infonesia.

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  3. If I go outside for a change of pace it is to the screen house. It is so very buggy here. In the screen house I can feel a part of the landscape as the critters rarely see me there when I am quiet. Lovely weather here for being out right now. Nice and cool.

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  4. Your photos are a mental vacation for me. Very refreshing.

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  5. Debbie, I used to watch Max Lucado's Unshakable Hope when I lived up north, but I haven't found the channel here yet. I really like his shows, they are so comforting and filled with hope. Your chair and books and a cool drink in a shady spot sound like a perfect place to be for awhile in this Summer August heat. I didn't change to the new blogger, as technical stuff frustrates me. So glad you navigated your way through it all. Happy August days, Debbie.

    ~Sheri

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  6. Sigh! My gardens are fading as well. Have you read Louise Penny's Armand Garmauche (spelling?) series? I do not like to get hooked into a series, but this one is so good. Have a great Monday sweet friend!

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  7. How sweet that you have found your place of escape instead of fighting with August. I don't read mysteries...don't read too much fiction lately...but would like to again...Take care, Rita

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  8. Your place of escape looks very comfortable. I was looking at your book selection and wrote down the titles. I have been doing a lot of reading lately since there is nothing of interest on TV and I have memorized some of the Hallmark Movie scripts already. lol Have a great week!

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  9. Beautiful spot!
    Lemonade and a good breeze, when outdoors isn't too hot, makes the summer last.

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  10. Beautiful and inspiring corner, reading, enjoying nature, a luxury, I do not know how hot it will be out there, we have had a hot July but the last week the heat wave did not drop from 43 - 44 º something unbearable more When the nights are around 25 or 26, the truth is that you don't want to paint and do nothing.
    Happy August.
    Regards.

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  11. We also love Lucado's books, and love that one. Have you read "Love Worth Giving,'? Each book of his that I read, I say-oh that was the best one. Well, THAT one really is the best I've read. I was crying through the whole book!!!
    Love your reading and resting spot. Love you.

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  12. You're a woman after my own heart. A glider, a stack of books, and a cool drink sounds just about perfect right now. Hope you enjoy many relaxing breaks this month (and beyond).

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  13. I love the Outer Banks! Maybe I should look that book up.

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  14. I’m having so much problems with my computer... it doesn’t allow me to post anything so I hope this goes through...sigh!!!!!
    I love your place of escape , Debbie. I had my little space and my chair Flew up and blew a hole in the screen house yesterday with the hurricane.... It’s almost funny.
    Love your flowers...beautiful colors! Enjoy the rest of the week!,,

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  15. This looks perfect to me, Debbie. At this time of year, I am outside to walk Georgie very early in the morning and I relax inside, but come the middle of September it's a different story. I'm reading one of Sue Grafton's mysteries right now. Thank you for your book recommendations. Have a wonderful week!

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