Thursday, February 02, 2006

“if Candlemas Day be bright and clear, there’ll be two winters in the year”

So I suppose it's actually a good thing that today saw a constant blanket of thick grey cloud. It was noticably warmer though (probably thanks to said cloud), and I saw catkins and primroses on the way to work. The birds are a-singing in the trees, Spring is almost sprung methinks.

Image (c) Charles Winpenny

3 Comments:

At 2:53 pm , Blogger Who is this Dave? said...

Tha' may be true where thee be, young lass. It be bloomin' cold in Norfolk.

Yesterday's burial was bitter.

 
At 11:31 pm , Blogger Matt said...

'methinks' and 'a-springing' in one line? Sounds like someone is ready for 'obby 'oss!!

 
At 10:42 am , Blogger Izzy said...

and a hey-nonny-nonny for good measure.

for those in the frozen north (ie Devon onwards) I should probably point out that it is still perishing cold, or perhaps blooming cold would be more appropriate, what with all the camelias and everything out already...

 

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