Summer in Georgia, USA, is hot, humid, and awesome. Home grown tomatoes, fast storms, and baby critters abound. Though it can be miserably hot, it’s one of my favorite times of the year. So I just wanted to share some of the photos I’ve taken this summer and remind everyone what an amazing world we live in!

While summer storms usually only last an hour or so, they can be very fierce, to the point I can get a little nervous, despite the fact I love storms. But when they are over, the sky is incredibly beautiful. And what is more beautiful than a full moon on a summer night? I wish my camera cooperated on that one…

And here on the twin fawns who have made our farm their home! I see them almost everyday, sitting together as they wait for their mom to return to them. So cute!!


Does that look like a puddle of muddy water? Well, it is! But you see those little black dots? Tadpoles!! I’ve been keeping an eye on them and refilling their puddle when necessary. I’ll keep everyone updated on their journey from tadpoles to frogs! As long as they don’t wash away, which, unfortunately, is definitely a possibility.


And, of course, we can’t forget the tomatoes! This is from one picking…after they were picked the day before. My mother is about to go on strike. But we love our home grown tomatoes! I’ll be super sad when the season is over!

What is summer like where you are? Doing anything special? Let us know in the comments!