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To See a World in a Grain of Sand...
Yup. That looks about right. But your comforting and delicious sounding Sunday lunch in good company should put things right!
Yes, it should!
Been like that for far too long…here even one hours sunshine is something to get excited about
Well, it is that dreary time of year – I’m a self-diagnosed SAD!
Me too…. Even Buster is SAD
It’s a beautiful shot Sue, but I understand you feeling fed up with the weather.
Well, d’you know, we have had a reasonable bit of sunshine, so I shouldn’t be too grumpy
Time of year. I’m sure I had SAD during the winters I lived in the UK.
I wasn’t really serious, but if the horrible weather goes on too long, and I don’t get out and about as much as I would like, that does start to become worrying….
I was 😬
I think I was too accustomed a climate where winter means wearing shoes rather than flip flops.
Similar view here, and kept awake half the night by gale-driven rain against the windows. Enough is enough. 😦
Best wishes, Pete.
Makes for a lovely shot, if not lovely feelings.