"I'll admit I may have seen better days,
but I'm still not to be had for the price of a cocktail,
like a salted
I hope I am never too old and jaded to cloud watch. And a buttercup filled field sounds like an amazing bonus.
Oh John so very sad about Sue in Suffolk's Col.
Yes I hope our best wishes help justa little
I could do with some cloud watching. No clouds today, just grey.
Makes a change from burning your arse with bleach, I suppose.
I have only just heard something about Sue, but I am not sure what I understand about it.
Oh, now I know. Very sad.
"It's cloud illusions I recallI really don't know clouds at all"
'Tis a whimsy I often enjoy... but no buttercups still dry as chips here in North East Victoria Australia.We came home to a new lamb in the paddock with her mum Ava... a few days early, might call her Buttercup :)
A favourite activity as a child...um...I guess I haven't grown up yet.
What a wonderful way to watch the day,
Ah happy times spent in Beaumaris when my mum lived nearby, love, love love fields full of buttercups.
It was something I did rather a lot of as a child. Lying on one side of the wind sheltering privet hedge, daffodils blooming madly on the other side, watching the clouds, feeling the warmth of the sun, dreaming, imagining, then drowsy. I could not have imagined my life as it has turned out.
Buttercups! Lots here in SW France. Not much sunburn though. Weather too wintry. Got my husband's thermal long johns on today!
Nothing like a nice day! I want to hear your thoughts on Eurovision!
Australia was robbed
I bore all my friends with the photos of clouds that I take while spending quality time, outside cloud watching :)
For example : https://78.media.tumblr.com/547d726d83e41229f02bcaedeb1b5c8c/tumblr_p8m9etp5gh1qgju3co1_500.jpg
The joys of retirement!
It was finally a beautiful day here yesterday. I burnt my nose sitting out on a deck with a friend enjoying the sun and a good chat.
I wonder what they think of us.
You are a lovely man, John Gray.
Hope it is a relatively pain free burn!
I would like to cloud-watch with you John. I really would! You would point them out and describe them beautifully.Greetings Maria x
My thought are with Sue in Suffolk xx
No clouds, or buttercups for that matter, just beautiful blue sky, 23C. Sunburn! Where is the sunscreen?!!
A wonderful thing to do.
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You are very welcome x
At least you burned for a good reason.
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