from different walks of life: people
Many weeks have gone by and I’ve not shared a post on Echoes of my neighbourhood. I miss doing so and blame it on the infernal heat in this place.
I have barely taken decent photos in the past weeks due to efforts to avoid heat stroke, melting into a puddle and baking in the sun.
I am one of those waiting for Autumns’ gate to open so I can dash out and play in nature. These past weeks have been from air-conditioned house to air-conditioned car, to air-conditioned locations and it’s getting a bit old for me.
So, I’m just going to stick some random shots taken here and there.
We are getting ready to go back to school next week.
At the aquarium. I love this photo. Their smile made me smile 🙂
I wonder if the school of fish is going back to school as well? Ha, ha! I couldn’t resist that pun.
I guess when you eat the Hershey’s you feel sweet enough to dance the happy dance.
Summer clearance sales at every nook and cranny to make way for Winter wear.
I stood at this corner of Deira for mere minutes and in those minutes I lost count of the number of people and cars that shuffled past me.
It simply has to be the searing heat, ‘cos I’ve seen far too many dead birds this past couple of weeks. The poor things.
When I look at them, they always seem to have their feathers ruffled out of place and their beaks open in an attempt to get more air – my thoughts.
However, I preferred not to take depressing photos of the dead birds but sharing bits and pieces of my week. No one can convince me that the Earth is not gradually over heating.
Pamela took us to Jax beach and I must say that I’m a tad envious of those enjoying a good-natured weather at their end right now.
Lady Tee shared some delicious slices of her world with us.
So, how’s your end holding up?
- I thought that I would have a quieter week this week with the children being on a mini-vacation from school. I lied!
There were lots of pending activities to fit into our busy days – church matters and meetings, school projects, getting my daughters hair fixed (a major project) etc, etc.
Phew! I didn’t know when we hit Thursday but we did manage to squeeze in fun along the way. That’s what living is, isn’t it? Balancing all the nuts on your fire 🙂
City walk Dubai is a beautiful location to visit anytime. There’s so much that aesthetically pleases the eyes’ and there are loads of people to watch. I took lots of photos that I don’t even know which one’s to use.
Lady Lee shares some leche flan with us. Do you know how to make one?