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:-)) Even we have a very warm autumn!
After the rain through the winter, we had a lovely hot summer too ElenkaLen. In fact it's Autumn here now, and we are still wearing out tee shirts.
We had a sunny and hot summer, I love the rain :))
Ellen and I have been worried about you Jerry, it's good to know you're ok and will be back full time time soon. Take care Jerry.
Hello, Irene. Best I could do on this was 0:19. Will try not to be gone so long.
Thank you Clive, that is actually how I got my name, my Dad heard that song (I don't know what version) and that was it Irene was my name. LOL!!! Goodnight Clive.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZm96PKwtHc@JumbleGood night Irene hope you like it.
Yes Thank you Irene going a light brown now but still a little red in places. Thee hee.
Keep that tan topped up Clive. it's about time we had some decent weather, enjoy your week. ☺
I have not been to a gym since my 40 ties, yes dentist tomorrow, not at work this week so hope to be in the garden again. LOL!!!
Yes it's the same here now, though this morning I nearly cracked and put the heating on again. The good news is, it's going to get warmer this week. So far today, I have been to the gym and the dentist for a clean and check-up, now to do some housework.
Sun out today Irene and I have been in my garden all morning.
Thank you for the information Gina, that's going to be very useful in future. ☺
Irene, I don't know how Pat does it, but I accidentally learned that if you click on your "handle" in any comment, it shows your own puzzles, plus the stats for when you joined Jigidi & when you were "last seen", & tells how many puzzles you have solved & how many pieces you have joined, with the averages for each in parentheses. It is so weird that if you just go to your "My Puzzles" page, that information is not given there, as it should be.
I really don't know how you manage to keep such a good eye on your score but well done. Congratulations Pat!
Another minor miraculous milestone!https://www.jigidi.com/jigsaw-puzzle/MAVRYDVS/Ross-Lynem-art
Your mare would be more that welcome here, the weather has changed dramatically it's 24 degrees C today and the lawn is growing fast. I have been helping with lambing too, and they are flourishing.
You may borrow my mare. She'll be happy to cut your lawn after eating hay all winter.
Wrap up warm, you little fur ball, I don't want you to catch a cold.
Snow in the air again today. Glad I have not started shedding yet.
Thank you Don, actually the sun had been shining brightly today, so I cut the lawn, but had to wear a thick scarf and fleece as the wind was so cold, but at least it wasn't raining.
Irene, it seems your wish will be granted...perhaps it'll be scorchio next week.
I was talking to a cousin who lives in North Dakota and whose family farms in South Dakota. She reminded me it was calving season for many of those farmers and ranchers and the snow is not going to be good for them. They could lose a lot of calves.
Your comments have put my mind at rest, thank you all. It appears that this weird weather is happening all over the globe, and not just the UK.Pat and Judy, I really hope the snow misses you completely, and you have a wonderful bright weekend.thebetterhalf, I hope you make the most of your 30 degree days when you get them. Also when your Autumn, and Winter comes, it's not as long and wet as ours has been.
Keep us posted about the snow this weekend. I have a feeling it will be wet and sloppy rather than firm and fluffy like in mid-winter. I hope it doesn't interfere with your travel. ☺
Oh Pat, you make me laugh. "global warming" has been changed to "climate change" and yet...Anyway, we are supposed to get snow anywhere from 4-8 inches and the temps are supposed to dip back down with it and stay there most of next week. This weekend is my grandson's birthday party. They live about 90 minutes away. Hoping the weather doesn't mess that up too bad.
Yep, mid-April and even in Tennessee, which is in "the south" here in the USA, yesterday was the first half-way warm, comfortable day we've had. Global Warming sure works in mysterious ways!
Ha ha, Dave,Wouldn't we all. They should start us out with crappy old bodies until we learn to take care of them. Kind of like we did with our kids and cars. We got them clunkers to learn on, then a few bumps and bruises don't matter. ;-)The heat makes me sick, but my husband is like you, he loves it hot.
Here in West Australia we are just leaving summer. Only a few 30C left then into the cold and rain.
Judy, I'd love a new body, but my doctors say they are too busy keeping me alive to try to improve my body!!! And I lived in the sun for most of my life, and now chase down beginning skin cancer before it gets bad, so no more tanning! But, God I love the warmth of the sun . . . .They told me no more alcohol also, but I said NO!!! We settled on 4 -5 beers or wine 2 or 3 times a week. I only fudge by a few drinks and a couple extra days . . . .
Me too, Irene! lol Someone though, just mentioned a summer body on fb. From what I can surmise, we can get a new body for the Summer, so I am starting to look for mine now. I think I'll see if I can get one with darker skin that won't burn. It won't match my head though...
Wendy and Willy, like you, we haven't seen Spring either. It has rained here nearly every day for the last 6 months, so England is no longer the green and pleasant land,.... the green is mould. We certainly don't need A/C in our homes.Judy, I would run after it, but because of this horrible weather I haven't been able to get out and exercise, instead stayed home and ate the contents of the kitchen, so now I'm fat.Thanks Dave, I bet your tan is coming along nicely, MATE!!!Gina, where it has rained so much, I have some little purple flowers trying to flower, and they are covered in mud.Ken, yes I could cope with that, please send some heat over here.SailorSam, I hope you made the most of your SPRING sunshine, the next time your shades will be out again, is when you holiday in a couple of weeks.
It's 89ºF here. Is that summer enough?
I am in Oregon, USA, & it has been raining for last couple of days. This morning there was even a light dusting of snow on the hills that surround our valley. But our camelia bushes are totally ignoring all this, & are blooming like mad, LOL!
Dave,You meanie! lol
Been to Keighley in Yorkshire today and back to Lancashire in SPRING sunshine, wearing my shades Irene
Sorry to say Irene, but summer has been here for about a month now . . . .
I saw it. It went running that way→→→→ or was it ←←←←Maybe it was ↔↔↔↔
Summer??? What is that?? Not even Spring. Snow/Ice storm this weekend.
Summer? We haven't even really seen Spring yet. Living in B.C. I am not bothered by the rain, we don't have to shovel that, but our temps are below what they should be at this time of the year, and the sun keeps trying to stay out, but the clouds seem to win. Never mind, pretty soon we'll all start complaining about the heat. Thank goodness for A/C!! ..............Wendy