is it midsummer already?

I find that hard to believe. . .
. . .because it feels so nippy still

10 comments:

moreidlethoughts said...

Ask Ziggi - she'll know if the Loony Crowds have been at the Henge.

It's definitely NOT summer here.

Christopher said...

*removes sunglasses, reaches idly for Ambre Solaire, wishing it would cool down a bit*

Dave said...

It's been quite warm, down by the river bank today.

Zig said...

they have moved on now - about as far as Glastonbury methinks

Vicus Scurra said...

Bloody hell. We've been reduced to chatting about the weather. And there was me thinking that we were the natural successors to Dostoevski and George Eliot.

I, Like The View said...

Vicus it is never too late to be what you might have been

I hope that helps

ZigZ is that nearer to you than the henge?

Dave that reminds me of this (sort of)

Christopher I'm ignoring that

dinah warmer or colder than usual?

Mel said...

*happy sigh*

Summer's arrived!
Dunno what you think is 'nippy'...I can just assure you it came early here.
Even the plants are ahead of the norm.....butterflies even!

(I'm soooooo excited! :-D)

I, Like The View said...

dearheart I'm so glad that the sun is shining for you! it is here, right now. . .

. . .but next week (second week of Wimbledon) it's bound to be raining buckets

haven't seen a butterfly yet. . . and heard on the news that bumble bees are in short supply. . . but there are greenflies a-plenty on the nasturtiums. . .

perhaps when I get to Cornwall (only 5 weeks to go now - woo-hoo!) there'll be some down there

(-:

moreidlethoughts said...

Cold, dry wind.Like sandpaper. Actually, it IS sandy - half the beach is up here.
But it's better than high humidity.

mig said...

I think the sun only just made it for Midsummer! Lovely and hot now : )