Sunday, 7 June 2020

Flaming June.

The central heating is on and I am still not all that warm.   It is a quarter to ten and I am thinking I might go to bed soon so that I can put my electric blanket on and get really warm.   I am in woolly jumpers just as I would have been in Winter.    Our weather is playing tricks and according to the forecast on Country File it is likely to do so all week.

I am ashamed to say that I got up at seven this morning, made my breakfast on a tray, got my book and went back to bed.   And there I stayed until eleven o'clock.   It was raining quite heavily outside, at present I can't go out for Sunday lunch, so there really was nothing to get up for.   I finished the book and then got up and had a shower.   My neighbour called and we chatted on the doorstep, observing social distancing for ten minutes or so - but it was cold.

Hardly anyone has passed my bungalow today - usually there are folk passing all day on their 'allowed' fresh air time- but not today.   I think everybody has been using the weather as an excuse for staying indoors. The day has been so very uneventful that I really can find nothing to say - except see you tomorrow.

20 comments:

Heather said...

I hope next week will bring you a bit more interest. It has been better than yesterday but not exactly warm - I am glad of a cardigan. The weather really can't make up it's mind can it, and still we have little or no rain but that could all change in the next few days. I hope you'll be warmer tomorrow. Night-night.

justjill said...

Much the same here. Fed up with it. No cyclists or runners either.

Liz said...

It was the same here in Norfolk, rain most of the day and very cold - and we put our heating on this evening! A really lazy day reading in bed then breakfast before doing a jigsaw much of the day and a bit of sewing in the evening. Hopefully a bit warmer and not so wet tomorrrow!

busybusybeejay said...

I can understandwhat you are saying. Yesterday was a really down day for me and it just dragged.I find weekends are harder.It was cold,wet and windy and we had the central heating on.It is June.The world has gone mad.
If I were you I would stay in bed,stay warm,read and drink lots of tea!!! Barbaraxxx

angryparsnip said...

Sorry it is so cold and rainy. Hope it will be warmer tomorrow.
We could use some rain no lighting please.
parsnip

Gail, northern California said...

Sunday is supposed to be a day of rest, Weave, so no guilt, ok? I look forward to your daily post, sometimes just to reassure myself that what I'm thinking is perfectly normal! ;-)

Joanne Noragon said...

It's just awful when the weather stinks--in June!

susie @ persimmon moon cottage said...

It has been so suddenly hot here, that it leaves one breathless. We had a cool May with cold nights. It's hard to adjust to such fast changing weather, but we always manage to.

Cro Magnon said...

My wife wanted me to light the fire two evenings ago; I refused. It might have been cool, but certainly wasn't fire temperature. Next fire here will probably be in October (fingers crossed).

Bonnie said...

At least a rainy day is a good day to curl up with a good book. I'm sure your plants and flowers will love the rain. Here's hoping your new week starts off well!

Sue in Suffolk said...

Heating on here too - lots of much needed rain but could do without the very cold wind. Lots of reading this week I think with that dismal forecast on Countryfile.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

I leapt out of bed at 5:45 on Sunday morning and the sun was shining through the bathroom window. I grabbed some breakfast, but by then it was raining. It was dark, drizzly and cold for the rest of the day! If the weather's playing tricks it certainly had me fooled yesterday.

Jules said...

I hope today will be much brighter for you. Here the morning began cool and windy but the afternoon brought some warm sunshine. I think the temperatures are set to rise towards the weekend. X

Derek Faulkner said...

Very cold and grey here on the Isle of Sheppey this morning. Nice to see part of the Island feature on Countryfile last night.

thelma said...

Well the cold is most unwelcome, the rain on the other hand I am pleased to see, because one is able to plant out gangling seedlings! We are never pleased with the weather especially as climate warming said it would get hotter.

Librarian said...

No need to feel ashamed for getting back to bed! You have any right to spend your day as you see fit, dear Pat (as you know of course).
It has been rainy all Saturday, wich was great! In the evening, it cleared up enough for a walk before tea time. Sunday was dry again, seeing us out walking in the woods all day.
I, too, have the heating on; at the moment, only in my bathroom for an hour in the morning; I hate cold bathrooms.

The Weaver of Grass said...

I am just about to have my shower and it is 11.30 I have been waiting for an important phone call and dare not get in the shower in case it came then. Anyway - I have had it now so can shower and dress and then prepare myself a jacket potato with bacon for lunch/
I am cheered to find that most of you felt the same yesterday - feel much better about it now.

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pam nash said...

Were it possible, I'd be happy to send you some of our heat and you could send some of your cool!

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