I've learned to ignore Spring's July flirtations... I know they're hollow promises. I think there was a term for that when I was a teen - Spring you are such a "CT"!
Oh Megan. Wish I could say the same about Brisbane. You may as well say Spring has sprung up here. We're down to around 10 deg C minimums this week but over 20 deg during the day all this week. We're all in summer clothes. (Kids have got head colds at the moment. That's the worst part about it. Warm during the day and coolish at night.)Wish you were here! Anne xx
So... what constitutes "freezing" temps for you folks "Downunder"? When you've survived -56 degrees, for six weeks, and packed children off to school in those temps, then thats freezing, methinks! That's what happened to us when we lived in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada between 1975 and 1987 (although not every year, I hasten to add!). The last few winters back in UK, have felt similarly chilly, but then (and I don't joke) it's a different kind of snow! It's dry stuff in Alberta: it's the heavy, cloggy stuff down here.You'll understand, why as a family, we don't get over-excited by the white stuff! Keep warm, though. Compared with your summertime, anything would seem chilly! All the best. Isobel
Mr. Sunshine is hanging out in Texas, darlin'! We're heading to a record-breaking scorcher this week at or above 100 for more than 40 some odd days. Trade places?
I don't know if it's Mr. Sunshine or his evil brother Luke (short for Lucifer you see) burning the streams into rockbeds here in Texas, but I'll trade with you, too.
i love this photo!!Unlock YOUR World
i love the color! =)
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