Welcome to this week’s #MySundaySnapshot post, which is part of a snap-sharing-blog-linky series that you are very welcome to join. Click here for further information and guidelines upon this linky should you wish to take part.
After whinging about the weather for weeks, we’ve been given the most glorious sunshine and with it, some terrific temperatures.
Nothing about 2020 has been normal thus far, including the weather as earlier this week we had the biggest storm we’ve ever experienced in this area. With constant roars of thunders and lightning flashing every other like disco lights, it was the longest, strongest, and most impressive storm that I have ever witnessed.
Having spent almost twelve hours listening to and watching the said storm, I had expected that the sunshine days were over but that’s been far from the case as we’ve spent almost a week basking nay baking in our garden.
Back in June my wonderful friend kindly sent a beautiful bunch of sunflowers, they brought so much cheer during such terrible times – it was like having my very own bunch of sunshine sat right there on my kitchen table. Whilst scrolling through my snaps earlier today I came across a photo of the flowers and felt it suited my mood and the weather for this week’s Sunday Snapshot.