Friday, 8 June 2012

mea culpa

Torrential rain?
Howling gales?

It's my fault.

I did my windowboxes
so the summer weather
was bound to change.

Don't hate me.

16 comments:

  1. Well, I will not...
    Summer is always late here..Fourth of July we often say...wood stove forever until then.

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  2. It IS Great Britain, everyone knows it always rains there!

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  3. Very wet and windy here, but I dont blame you! :)

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  4. Sorry I beg to differ. We bought some garden furniture about five years ago, summers have never been the same since. It sits dripping in reproachful silence. My husband said he knew it would happen.

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  5. That's a relief. I thought it was me, cleaning the car inside and out for the first time in years.....

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  6. perhaps if you bought a sledge, and some snow shoes, a set of thermals and a shovel you might redeem yourself in your weather controlling powers...

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  7. I don't hate you Alice. I do hope it improves by next Saturday -I think it was me who said Kew would be lovely in June.

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  8. I can take some of the blame, I bought summer shoes and tops....

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  9. No, no, no. It's entirely my fault. You see, we've just been camping.

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  10. I can't believe you are singularly to blame - there must be lots of other people who were also lulled into a false sense of security by mother nature

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  11. Ah, so happy to know that I am not to blame. Thank you. ;-)

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  12. I might have to share your guilt... I bought sandals!!!

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  13. No , I won't hold it against you .
    Besides , Ill be too busy running after my wheelie bin which is heading north at a brisk pace in gale-force winds .

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  14. I mentioned getting the ice cream machine out...

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  15. Gah! Poss. antidote to weather - be eco-cabbage - pour floor-washing water on plants like I did. Forget water was full of Cif. Like I did.

    *face palm* *plant memorial service next Thursday* *no flowers please*

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  16. I bought suncream, factor 50, like liquid clay. Happy to share the blame on this one.

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