Texas’ Hot Climate

Texas’ hot climate
Quenching your thirst necessary
Or French-fry you become!

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Image Credit

© rgb for “On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea”, 2011

Prompt:
Quench

About becca givens

Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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17 Responses to Texas’ Hot Climate

  1. dani says:

    i know the feeling ~ we’ve been hitting 115 degrees here in Phoenix. very cute! ♥

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  2. Jingle says:

    smart Haiku…

    hope all is well, come join poets rally today.
    🙂

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  3. This is cute and it makes me thirsty just looking at the poor guy lol

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  4. Renee Espriu says:

    Love your image and your post! Very funny! I will need to catch up to you on my Flag Counter as I lost mine and had to start all over. Oh! well, the Blog is a learning experience.

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    • Becca Givens says:

      Oh Renee – I am sorry to hear about your flag counter. I wish I had had it from the beginning – and I am afraid to make any changes to it for fear I will lose it and have to start over as well. Thank you for visiting … I hadn’t intended for this to be a funny one – but that is what evolved … 😀

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  5. trisha says:

    it must be really hot there!

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  6. Guessing it is really hot there! We’ve only just come into summer here (Atlantic Canada) and it’s pleasantly warm. Not hot and humid at all. Keep drinking the tea!
    Thank you for visiting me and the comment too 🙂

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  7. souldipper says:

    That’s certainly a different slant! 😀

    I hope you aren’t having the same problem with wildlife dying of thirst as another Texas blogger wrote about. It breaks my heart to think that animals would be perishing if we humans have the means to share.

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    • Becca Givens says:

      We are definitely in a drought … the land is brown and the water tanks are getting very low … I haven’t heard of animals perishing in our area, but I certainly can see it as a possibility … I do know the coyotes and snakes are getting closer into towns looking for water … we had an inch and a half earlier last week. It was glorious!! We are praying for more rain.

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  8. Joni Beach says:

    We lived in Texas 2 different times in the past…when it got to be 105, I remember craving watermelon, crushed ice, and looking for a swimming pool! My Best, joni

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  9. Very clever and funny…..

    Melanie

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