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…but now I'm not so sure

Friday letters – the unseasonably warm and sunny edition


Dear weather,  I’m not complaining, you will be pleased to hear.  The weather yesterday, today and apparently for the weekend ahead, is beautiful and I have actually gone out without a coat or cardigan/sweater.  I’d just like to say thank you very much, and long may it continue.

Dear roadworks, I take back some of the things I said about you last week.  So far, the disruption has been minimal and my anticipated scenario of chaos and angry drivers has not come to fruition.

Dear tiramisu, Thank you very much for being successful.  Making one for the first time, for an Italian themed surprise birthday party, was a little nervewracking, however it seems that adding copious amounts of alcohol to the dish is the way to go!

Dear Swan Lake, I’m coming to see you again tonight – I can’t wait!

Dear garden, Your late spring/early summer flowers are starting to come out and are looking good – particularly these irises.

blue iris close up

Have a good Friday.



4 thoughts on “Friday letters – the unseasonably warm and sunny edition

  1. Great weather, no disruptions, delicious dessert, wonderful ballet and a gorgeous garden…you’ve got it made Elaine. Have a lovely weekend.

  2. I felt very pleased to be able to write some positive ‘letters’ today. 🙂

  3. I’m enjoying your Friday letters. 🙂 If I had one….

    Weather, I would also compliment you. Or at least I would now that the tornadoes and blizzards are in the past.

    Oliver, you were a great musical production that my mother-in-law and I saw. Now I actually want to read the book.

    Garden, I love how you surprise every week with new flowers. Especially given that the house is a rental and so I didn’t plant any of the beauties.

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