September heat wave:
blackberries, rattling seed pods,
We have a day like that today. Lovely haiku. Thank you very much.
And I spoke too soon. It’s raining today, but still warm. My son told me I looked funny today going out for a walk in my knee-length shorts, plastic raincoat, and trainers, plus a big golfing umbrella. Who cares about style? To me, individualism is style.
Enjoy the heat Sarah! Try and bottle it up for the cold months ahead 😦
Not thinking of the cold. Am busy building up my vitamin D reserves just now 🙂
So evocative of this time of year – thanks for sharing! Stockholm is having a beautiful September so far… which means a startling dip into cold is coming :-S !
I try not to think about what’s coming. Best to enjoy it while it lasts. You know the English are terrible at the gloom thing. Just say to them, “What a beautiful day it is!” and they’ll not reply, “Yes, it’s glorious,” but they’ll say instead, “Ah, but it won’t last. Have you seen the terrible forecast?”
I used to know some Swedish people who found our winters really cold when they visited us, because of the damp, although, temperature-wise, it was much warmer here than in Sweden.
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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