Last days of summer in Oklahoma…

Although it is still 90 degrees out, I feel as though the fall weather should already be in bloom. Coming from New England, we usually start to feel the chilly weather towards the end of September. So although it is nice to be able to wear shorts and a T, I’m getting anxious to start wearing fall clothes… (I do it in my house where the AC is blasted). I cannot believe it’s already September! I’ve had so much going on the past few months, that it feels as though the year has flown by. The next few months, J and I will be just as busy because, yes, we are moving out of Oklahoma, after three years! I’m so excited to begin the new adventure! I’ll be talking more about that in another blog post! For now, here are some photos I’d like to share of the last days of summer, here in Oklahoma:

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Sun setting behind the Wichita Mountains, in Medicine Park.
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The last of the summer blooms. 
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Morning coffee and shopping on a hot Monday morning. 
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Three little ducks rest by the water, in Medicine Park. 
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Medicine Park, OK.
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The moon makes an appearance behind the sunset. 
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Relaxing with friends on a warm Friday night. 
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Mount Scott behind Medicine Park. 
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Teddy and I go on an adventure to the wildlife refuge, in Medicine Park. 
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Medicine Park, OK.
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Bike riding through Oklahoma City.
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Sunflowers at the top of Mount Scott. 
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End of summer BBQ with good friends. 
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Girls Sunday funday night. 
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Twirling in floral around the neighborhood. 
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Evening walks by the little chapel, nearby.
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Evening walks with my partner in crime. 

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