Anyone who has had me as a teacher will know how much I love summer and absolutely deplore winter!
I’ve been loving the weather recently, nice and hot during the day and just warm enough at night.
Here are a couple of idioms with the sun in mind…
A place in the sun…
If you have found a place in the sun, you’ve found yourself in a situation which suits you perfectly.
“My new job is so satisfying and it pays really well. I’ve finally found my place in the sun!”
If I were to make a true sentence about myself, it would probably go something like this “I’m about to take a nap on this beautiful summer day, I’ve found my place in the sun!”
There really aren’t many things better than an afternoon nap on a summer’s day.
To think the sun shines out of someone’s backside…
This is one you should be very cautious about using. It can be pretty insulting and rude. It means that someone loves someone so much that they think that person is absolutely perfect.
“He’s sooo wrapped up in his new girlfriend he thinks the sun shines out of her backside!”
Backside can be substituted with other words, but please look them up in your dictionary….