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Friday, 20 February 2009

Two degrees at 8:30am. Frost in the places where the sun doesn't shine (if you'll excuse the double entendre). By 9:30 it was warm enough to sit in the sun and gossip for a short a while. Home by 11:30.

4 comments:

Cairo Typ0 said...

I love that sort of temperature. Just cold enough for a warm sweater but still warm enough to forego the hat, scarf, and the other dozen layers that real cold requires. :)

ladyfi said...

Ha ha! It's sunny here, but as it's still minus 5 C in the sun, I'm enjoying it from the inside for a little bit more...

Debbie said...

Two degrees. That is cold by this southern gal's standards.

Anonymous said...

A lovely sunny spring day here in the Uk. The daffs and the snowdrops are making an appearance at last. Mowing looks like being four weeks earlier this year.

Friday, 20 February 2009

Two degrees at 8:30am. Frost in the places where the sun doesn't shine (if you'll excuse the double entendre). By 9:30 it was warm enough to sit in the sun and gossip for a short a while. Home by 11:30.

4 comments:

Cairo Typ0 said...

I love that sort of temperature. Just cold enough for a warm sweater but still warm enough to forego the hat, scarf, and the other dozen layers that real cold requires. :)

ladyfi said...

Ha ha! It's sunny here, but as it's still minus 5 C in the sun, I'm enjoying it from the inside for a little bit more...

Debbie said...

Two degrees. That is cold by this southern gal's standards.

Anonymous said...

A lovely sunny spring day here in the Uk. The daffs and the snowdrops are making an appearance at last. Mowing looks like being four weeks earlier this year.