Feature and Follow (27)

Feature and Follow Friday is a weekly meme hosted by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read.
This week’s question:

Q: Activity! Hopefully warm weather for most of us is here soon…so tell us about your favorite outdoor reading spot. Or take a picture.

A: I don’t really like reading outside, (it comes with living in a tropical country: bugs and mosquitoes everywhere, 24/7) but if I HAD to choose a spot, it would be at the lanai/veranda or at a park near my house. It’s especially cozy there early in the morning, when it’s still quite cool and there are no children playing outside, but after noon,
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it gets really hot and noisy there, so it’s back in the room for me!

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16 thoughts on “Feature and Follow (27)

  1. Keerin

    Thanks for dropping by my blog! I’m following you on Networked blogs and GFC for good measure. :)

    I tend to like to stay inside during July and August because it gets hot and mosquito-y around here, too. But Couch or Balcony for me!

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  2. Amie

    Hi

    I love the name of your blog, so true =D
    Oh I hate bugs (bee in particular) because when I was a kid I got bee sting and sure it’s not a pretty experience=/

    Thanks for stopping by and I’m now following you back

    Amie@Magic of Words

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  3. mariska

    I understand you don’t like to read outside. Because of all the bugs and mosquitoes.
    I can tell you in our country whe have also bugs but not that much, so I like to read outside if the weather is fine.

    My FF
    Mariska

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