Margaret Mayo, Romance Author


Weather

An English summer. Rain, rain and more rain.

The weather is rotten but the gardens are beautiful. They’re lapping up all the rain we keep getting. So are the weeds! But what’s happened to BBQ’s and sunbathing? I’ve never known a summer like this one. The only true advantage is that it’s keeping me indoors and I get more writing done!

Is the weather topsy turvy in other parts of the world? Do let me know.

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3 Responses to “Weather”

  • Laney4 says:

    Topsy turvy where I am in Ontario, Canada too.
    We only had snow on the ground for perhaps five days this winter, rather than over six weeks in total. Winter usually lasts until late March (at least). This year I had the furnace off in early March, air conditioning on for several days straight, and then the furnace off until April. The heat stayed on for a week or so, then nothing, and finally the air was on full-time by May.
    Today is a scorcher and, like you, I’m getting work accomplished inside the house. Was going to go for a walk this morning, but it was well over 30C (90F) at 8:30 am so opted out. It’s the humidity that gets me.
    Good luck with your writing. I am getting my house ready for a potluck we are hosting in just over a week’s time. So many things to do, so little time….

  • Lacey Devlin says:

    Rain, rain, go away…

    We’re having a bit more of a winter here this year. It’s been many years since it’s been this cold. Usually it’s warm all year around 🙂

  • Margaret says:

    It sounds as though the whole world has gone crazy weatherwise. I heard on the TV a couple of weeks or so ago that sometime in the future we won’t be having seasons like we do now.


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