Dripping #SinfulSunday

It’s that time of year when it is hot, so hot that when you walk outside you melt.
That’s the price you pay for living in paradise as the winter months make up for it in the most glorious ways.

This time of year though, even spending a few hours in the shop can leave you a sweaty mess.

A shower can be most refreshing and leaves me dripping with those cool drops of water breathing life back into me.

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Sinful Sunday

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  1. Ok tots just chocked on my milk! Happy sinful Sunday!

    Let it all hang free!!!


      • Thank you Sir. I have always felt that way too. I don’t understand those that only want to surround themselves with the righteous and cast out the sinners. Isn’t it supposed to be the opposite?
        I may be going to hell, but I’m going to know a LOT of people there. 🙂

        • Kayla and I have often said the same thing but we know we will be in good company.

          I came across something on Twitter that someone I follow posted: “You don’t need religion to have morals. If you can’t determine right from wrong, then you lack empathy not religion.”

          That to me speaks volumes you can always be a good person.

  2. Yessssss! So many kinds of yes! I could mistake you for my OH here lol and I guess trhat is why I find this such a hot image. I love fur and I adore the pattern water make as the run against it. Really lush image x

  3. My husband is a furry Finnish/Scottish male with just as much or more hair than you in that picture. Actually you are built quite similiarly. And he’s a furniture maker in his spare time. And being raised in low humidity high plains dessert of western Canada, he hated the 100% humidity, 100F degrees temperatures when he visited the US Midwest in summer. I wouldn’t change or exchange him for the world.
    It’s a very good tasteful picture.

    • Thank you CALT, it was a shock to me when i first moved to the south some 17 years ago now I just roll with the heat and humidity. A tip of my hat to your husband as the ability to make furniture is truly a craft and one you don’t see much of in this day and age.

  4. Love your shower! Husband’s man cave/shop here in the Heart of Dixie has an air conditioner, but he won’t use it. He would rather leave the roll-up door open and sit with a large fan blowing the hot-humid air around.

    • I wish I could put an A/C unit in my shop, believe you me I would put it to good use. Side door open, roll-up door open and a fan blowing is how I do it now. In the cool months it’s wonderful. Guess that’s the trade off, hazy, hot, and humid for several months for the temperate winters.