the weekend edition :: rain rain go away

Sunday, 9 February 2014





euuurrrgh! will this rain ever end? on saturday i was up early (for me), dressed and ready to head off to meet my pal the cafe cat for tea and chats, when the storm decided to kick in. within five minutes we'd gone from grey overhead to thunder and lightening, with sheets of sideways rain and hailstones. it was dire! with the safe decision made to catch up during the week instead (tube strikes willing)(maybe we'll have a coffee over skype?), i was now plan-less. we were also out of milk, but i couldn't face the rain. boyfriend manned up and went out while i made cheese and ham toasties and boiled the kettle for his return.

when he came back, he was drenched. (and he also knew what i did last summer.) he regaled me with stories of the carnage that was the broken and discarded umbrellas on the street, the shoppers forced to take cover in doorways as the hail came in, and the street sweepers who combined forced and hid behind their standard issue "lewisham city council" work carts.

sounded like fun. how has your weekend been?

9 comments:

  1. I hope your weather brightens up soon! I've had rubbish weather in my town this weekend so I've basically just been keeping warm all weekend haha >.< x

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  2. Oh dear I hope your weather situation gets better soon! And I'm sure it will! ^_^

    I basically spent the weekend eating a lot of food! As you do. :3

    www.amiciarai.com

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  3. Hello! Just to let you know that I really enjoy your blog and so I nominated you for the Liebster award...the details of it are on my blog :)

    http://rainydaycupcake93.blogspot.ie/

    ps: that dress is gorgeous and the toastie looks amazing, haha!

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  4. It's raining in here too and the wind howls! That toastie looks inviting...

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  5. I am so sick of seeing rain. It's sunny in the morning and just when I think it's going to be lovely, in pours the rain and havoc. I just remind myself it will be spring soon and I'll forget all about this when the sunshine comes....I hope :) x

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  6. Oh dear, I've been away from England for the past 2 years (teaching English in South Korea) and am coming back in March.....the only thing I'm dreading is all the rain I've been hearing about!

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  7. Oh I would so love a toastie about now!

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