Monday, 2 July 2012

Summer's Peak

Summer's Peak
Hilda Sanderson

June lets summer softly in
With warm and sunny skies,
While hotter days beg for release
To which July replies.
And as the season slowly heats
With blazing searing passion,
The days grow long and lazy too,
In summer's special fashion.
And at its peak the world seems to
Relax just for a while
To bathe in nature's glow
And summer's sultry smile.

On a bulletin for July at Grandma's home
where she resides Riverside Place.

Me and my precious Grandmother
I love you Grandmother
more than you will ever know.


  1. What a lovely picture of the two of you. How fortunate you are to still have her with you. I hope you have a great holiday. Blessings...Mary

  2. Blessings and much love

  3. Summers and family reunions of all sorts are a perfect combination, aren't they?