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Tag Archives: sunshine
Sunshine After the Rain
I liked quite a lot of Elkie Brook’s music, and this was one of my favourites from 1977. Recently, songs have come to mind and I’ve generated a post around the title. Just like today! It is so hard to … Continue reading
Posted in diary, Family, music Tagged simple pleasures, sunshine Comments Off on Sunshine After the Rain
Oh Happy Day, the sun is out and we’ll be able to do our second window. Up nice and early, we both took Maggie for her first walk of the day, came back to the boat and had breakfast, and … Continue reading
Posted in Dogs, weather Tagged dog, sunshine 2 Comments
Easter Weather is a myth
I give up with the UK climate, or should I say the experts regarding it. Six years ago, we pulled back the patio curtains and were faced with snow. Lots of it, which as far as I remember hadn’t been … Continue reading
According to the radio, we’re in for a heatwave. Yep. We had one glorious day over the weekend, and it’s time to put the thermals away and get the bikinis out. I haven’t figured out where the heavy frost fits … Continue reading
Posted in Dogs, Friend and Family, My life, nature, Uncategorized Tagged dogs, heat, quiet, striptease, sunshine, walks 3 Comments
Start up a conversation with anyone and the subject of The Weather has to be in the top 3. If someone asks me on the phone ‘What’s the weather like with you?’ I tend to answer “Well, we have some”. … Continue reading