First, I’d like to thank H.D. Thompson and Caris Roane for hosting this Hot Autumn Nights Blog Hop. Second, I’d like to thank you, the blog hopper, for visiting my site. If you’ve been here before, welcome back! If this is your first time, welcome and please feel free to explore my site. I love new visitors.
So what’s my idea of a hot autumn night? Interesting question.
As a born and raised Ohio girl that has lived in Florida for the last fifteen years, my idea of a “hot autumn night” has changed dramatically. It used to be sitting by a fire, sipping hot cocoa or hot apple cider (usually spiked with some kind of goodness). Sometimes roasting marshmallows on sticks we found in the woods and eating the gooey goodness, all the while talking and laughing about life.
In Florida, there are really only three seasons – warm, hot and hotter than hell! Autumn here is quite different than up north. There are no leaves changing colors right before leaving the branches barren. There is no crispness in the air and football can be watched in shorts and a bikini top. J
These days I find myself spending some autumn nights with my husband at the beach, watching the sunset and listening to the drum circle. We bring a bottle of wine, some cheese and crackers and point our beach chairs towards the water. The sun floats from the sky and sinks into the Gulf of Mexico all to the rhythmic beat of the drums. It’s hot! It’s romantic! And it’s how I spend some of my Hot Autumn Nights!
What’s your idea of a hot autumn night?
As part of this blog hop, I’m offering a free ecopy of my hot firefighter book, In Flames. Great way to heat up your autumn night!
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