October 18, 2006

Seasons – Lovely

Autumn 1I love days like today, all misty and murky, it lets you know that the season is changing and we’re now well and truly autumnal. The clocks go back soon and I just love the way it indicates that we change what we do in our social life. Now it’s the time to take nice long walks over wet and muddy fields, kick leaves and end up in the pub with a big glass of red vino before stumbling home to have stew or roast dinner before cosying up to watch a period drama – bliss!
That’s not to say that I don’t like the other seasons it’s just each one has something different to get excited about, I LOVE BRITISH WEATHER you can keep your clear blue skies for months on end – great to visit and enjoy for a week at a time but it doesn’t provide the same buzz and excitement for me. And I haven’t even mentioned Bonfire Night and Christmas!!

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  1. Neil Davis

    See, thats what I was thinking too. The people I know, or hear, talking about ex-pat lifestyles all seem to comment that they miss the weather in Blighty, mostly the rain. Ain’t life strange?

    27 Oct 2006, 15:21

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