It’s been a bit warm today, which is never a good thing in the UK, as we tend to go red and get tetchy. This is despite our hot weather not really being hot,e get to 30° C, or near enough 90° F, and start to complain. Tomorrow it will be back to normal at 21° C, or 70°, so summer is over.
I packed more parcels, loaded more things on eBay (taking time to make sure I didn’t accidentally wipe it all this time), and generally did as little as possible.
After picking Julia up from work we bought cold drinks from McDonald’s (slipping back into the clutches of the corporate Antichrist) and returned home to find a grasshopper standing on the footpath,
That, plus a bit of writing and a nap in front of the TV, has been my day. I am tired now and am finishing here.
I will post more photos tomorrow. Today’s photos are abstracts using the coloured walls of the school shed.
I start work outside about 8 in the morning and by 10, I’m a drippy mess. It’s been very hot and humid here…no rain to speak of for many weeks-we’re desperate and the ground is very hard and dry. I prefer the cooler weather, and not too hot in the summer, and yes, I melt. It’s a weird year.
It can be very difficult when the weather isn’t cooperating. We have had a strange year for weather this year, though still quite temperate.
A sensible strategy to take things easily on such a day.
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The colored walls are nice! We had a breeze and some cloud cover here yesterday, so It didn’t get above 90.
A breeze would have been welcome round here. It was a bit stuffy, but nice to have a day of sunshine, even if I was in the back room of the shop most of the day.
To be fair, it was all about the paint rather than the camera work. 🙂
Love those colored walls of the school shed. I kept thinking how fun it would be to have an entire house painted that way.
I think that, but Julia has a slightly more conservative approach to colour. 🙂