October 15, 2006

'Good Weather'

Good weather! This is the impression Britain gives to me.
You must doubt what I said. The weather of Britain? Don’t you mean that?!

Yes, I do. I think it’s quite good! I like the weather here!

I heard almost my friends complained that they hated the weather of Britain, and they didn’t like taking umbrellas all day long. But have you found that the rainy time nearly could not be last over two or three hours? What more important is that, in the day time, after a short time of raining, it would be always sunny. Like most people, I also like the sunshine, especially the sunshine after the rain or the storm. The light could spread though the clouds and warm me. That feels quite good.

Like most British people, I’m very glad to chat with them about the weather. I know many people used to it, and they just wait quietly for the sun coming out if they come across the bad weather. So I learn from them and just quietly wait for the good weather!


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  1. Sue Wharton

    Glad to hear you are coping with the weather Jane… personally, what I like best about autumn is the smell of the fallen leaves!

    All best

    Sue

    18 Oct 2006, 12:35


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