Wednesday, June 17, 2009

celebrating summertime 2.

"Summer is the time when 
one sheds one's tensions 
with one's clothes,
& the right kind of day is jeweled 
balm for the battered spirit.
A few of those days, & you can 
become drunk with the belief
that all's right with the world."

Ada Louise Huxtable
architecture critic & writer

1 comment:

Susan K. Morrow said...

Yeah, if you live in Shangri-La! But we live in an oven, so I find summer in Austin somewhat less poetic, with the drunkenness caused by heat stroke!