Nobody on the road,
nobody on the beach.
I feel it in the air,
the summer's out of reach.
Empty lake, empty streets,
the sun goes down alone.
I'm driving by your house
though I know you're not home...
And I can see you
your brown skin shining in the sun
you got your hair combed back
and sunglasses on, baby
and I can tell you
my love for you will still be strong
after the boy of summer have gone.
Some images from this past weekend...
one last summer hurrah! with kids and friends in a lakehouse near Lake LBJ,
a constant level lake that can be counted on for summer fun
(even during historic droughts like ours, Hallelujah!)
We arrived Sunday evening but packed a lot (of photos) into the next 24 hours...
Any moose in Texas would surely be a 'lost moose'!
My favorite spot!
My boys and Tommy's college friend, Ryan.
Seems like only yesterday... and yet, forever ago... that they were freshmen.
Never know what you'll find when you're looking for an extension cord.
Tom and I headed off for a walk...
...with our grandpuppy, Josie.
Loved this old gnarly tree.
Came across this tribute to "Julie", obviously a beloved pet.
Next adventure - the lake (well, a branch off of it.)
And look what we found!
Not actually one of our group, but they did zip around the day before.
I want one of these at our house.
A couple of lovebirds I spotted in the grass.
Ah, that was fun.