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Friday, 3 December 2010

Winter

England's weather is never terrific enough to make the headlines.  It's irritatingly dull and can't even secure the 50% annual rainfall mark (beaten narrowly by Oregan USA) and Britain coming in at a dismal 49%.  Summer months can barely warm the freckle off a red-head and a flurry of snow brings the nation to a stand still.  300 years ago without sensible shoes or gloves on a string Vivaldi composed this...

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey there, big nick again. I'm glad to see, well read that you got yourself a puppy. There great cause all they do is love you. No matter what you say! And no matter how big of a fight you get in they'll be completely stoked to see you when you get home. Plus they don't drink when times get tough and they clean up all your spills and even your puke on those late nights of drinking too much mead or whatever y'all is drinkin over there on the other side of the big blue. Hey what's the rhyming street slang they use over there called? I went to AMERICA FIRST credit union today and the ATM asked me for my huckleberry fin... Huh... Some kind of sick joke.. Made me think of you! Love ya. Your friend big nick. By the way did you hear about our Wisconsin Vietnam vet dano passing away? I sure wouldn't like to see that guy one more time.

Anonymous said...

I'm snowed in in Scotland, you seem as bonnie as your blog, aye good girl, go find yourself a fine young fella to keep you worm at night, it's a broad light moon light nicht to nicht aye lassy

Anonymous said...

it takes a lot of balls to make snow like it has in England, even in the south. I have a blog about knitting scarfs for my boy in Afghanistan. Look it up x Mary Christenson, Liverpool UK