The Heat is…OFF!

TheDLasVegas_0729, originally uploaded by carolsLittleWorld.

It’s finally starting to show signs of autumn in Austin. The weather has broken a bit and we are all loving it. I swear, today was quite the most perfect of days in terms of weather. My iPhone told me that there would be “abundant sunshine and a high of 90 degrees.” Man, oh man, who doesn’t like “abundant sunshine and a high of 90 degrees?” Yeowza! I’m loving it.

We even had some rain this past week. Friday was a textbook “rainy day” and we had rain without storms, hail, or any of the other things that go along with it. Phew! Dodged a bullet on that one and ended up coming out the other side with a nice, soaking, drenching, lawn-watering rain. Rain! Yay, rain!

In other news, it’s just about shooting season. Yes, I’m about to start going out again, shooting my way through things. Since it’s no so hot, I figure this is a good time to kick off some new photographic projects. Heck, even if it’s just an excuse to get me outside, it’s a good one, no?

So, outdoors, here I come! Since it’s no longer 100 degrees outside, we have lovely light and even a nice little breeze, I’m so looking forward to actually getting out and going somewhere. Maybe a small town, maybe a car show, maybe a here, maybe a there but, somewhere, anywhere. It’s bound to happen and, heck, when it does, you know you’ll be the first to hear about it. (Well, ok, maybe the second. My camera bag and probably Chase will be the first.)

Outdoors, here I come. The heat is OFF and we’re loving it here in the ATX (That’s Austin. Austin, Texas, for those of you not in the know.)

Yee-ha! It’s nice outside! (Can you feel it too?!?)

Until next time…


  1. Peruby
    September 24, 2013 / 9:51 am

    It is 67º in my house, I have not had my furnace checked for the season, yet – and I am freezing! My phone tells me it s 44º outside. LOL!

  2. Great Grandma Lin
    September 24, 2013 / 2:54 pm

    yep, it's cool in the high deserts of utah too. my favorite season is coming…

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