Midsummer’s Day

Rain and low clouds, from London to Leeds.

The day after midsummer’s day.

Gale force winds.

Good thing I’m leaving.

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5 thoughts on “Midsummer’s Day

  1. If you hold your hanky tight by all corners you might get a free ride all the way to Norway.

    Nothing like a sendoff like that to get you in the mood for leaving.

    I can’t wait for you to visit me in Iceland! All I have to do is think of a good project…water to ice shouldn’t be too hard!

    Good Luck….

  2. nooooooooooooooo!

    i am not ready to be reminded of even the remotest possibility of winter!

    you can’t have any of our sunlight, fifi, i want to keep it all!

    (i suppose it’s a good thing i’m not actually in charge.)

  3. Thanks for visiting my blog today and the nice comments. I will look forward to seeing your pattern again soon.
    The pattern you have is the one I wanted but I was gifted with this pattern I am doing so I am just happy to have one of them. I am really having fun stitching it. This is the reason I started stitching. I am very new at it.
    Nancy

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