June Gloom

Friday, June 17, 2011

We have a type of weather in Southern California called June Gloom. Cloudy days where the marine layer comes in off the ocean and doesn't burn off until late afternoon. It can make for some dreary June mornings.
You wake up and the house is dark and not at all feeling like summer. Today I decided to bring some sunshine into the house.

If these don't wake you up and cheer you up even more than I don't know what would.

The mulit-branched sunflowers make the best cut flowers. I just love them as they are so prolific.

Sunshine in a jar!

Linking to:
Show and Tell Friday


A Vintage Green said...

I think we all need some sunshine in a jar. Love you photos of sunflowers. Thanks for sharing.
- Joy

laurie said...

sunshine in a jar,, love that,,

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

We are having just the opposite problem. It get light about 5:00 am...and I am wide awake! And HOT! But your sun flowers are beautiful. I almost bought some today myself!

Bonnie said...

Love the sunflowers. They are lovely. Alas I do not have the sun needed to grow sunflowers. Thankfully I can get them at the farmer's market.

Sarah said...

We've got plenty of sunshine here in TX and the heat to go with it. ;-)
Love sunflowers! ~ Sarah

DebbyMc said...

We live just far enough inland from the coast that the gloom is only here in the very early morning (though it has been pretty foggy at night for some time now.) I kinda wish it lasted a little longer in the morning, actually, because I like the coolness =-) Your flowers are fantastic! I have that same vase/jar =-) I bought it at Avila Valley Barn in San Luis Obispo one year.

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

I love them. Sunflowers can brighten even the dreariest of days.

Kris said...

Sunflowers are my favorite flower! I have that same vase!

Precious said...

The sunflowersd are beautiful. Yellow is my favorite color for flowers.

Kerin said...

Awesome sunflowers! Sunflowers are my favorite flower ever, they just make me happy.
Thanks for sharing....especially cause our sunflowers are not even growing yet !
Have the best weekend :)

Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...

Elaine....growing up in San Diego, I sure know what June Gloom is -- haven't heard that phrase in a long time :)

July is on it's way -- have a great day sweet friend :)


Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

How sunny and it felt good to see because it it 8am and pitch dark out here and storming!

Jennifer said...

I love June gloom! One of the few things I do like about living in Southern California, love the sunflowers too =)

JudyBug said...

There is nothing quite as cheerful as a bunch of sunflowers. Love it!

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