20 thoughts on “…for those not so fortunate…

  1. So far, our autumn has been warm and glorious. We are living in a fool’s paradise! Any day now, we will feel the icy blast—it’s inevitable!.

    Like

    1. …..and I shall gladly let you keep it, I hate the cold and being cold 🐻

      Like

  2. Our summer is arriving in very short instalments — offset by eager leaps back into winter. Swimming one day and huddled in front of a fire the next.

    Like

    1. Yes, of course I forgot; your seasons would coincide with those of tropical Australia

      Like

  3. I get to sit back and sweat all day every day – no matter what the season is. (And it’s getting tiring!!)

    Like

    1. Would you believe that I have no idea where in the US you are GP, I somehow imagined you to be stuck right in the dead centre of the country for some reason , I suppose because your reach seems to embrace everything to the N,S,E &W of the USofA and I visualize you as being in the middle & thick of things.
      So, it begs the question, WHERE IS GP HIDING?

      Liked by 1 person

      1. I hibernate in the air conditioning of south Florida – but after 46 years here, I crave to see the mountains again!!

        Like

        1. For some reason unknown, I’ve never considered you as being even that old; you always strike me as eternally young and enthusiastic with a touch of sadness. Strange how one get’s these pre-conceived impressions and ideas about another 🙂

          Like

        2. I try to stay young, inside I feel 16, but I’m afraid you’re right about the sadness. Sorry about that, I try not to show it.

          Like

        3. Just stay the way you are GP, as I told PiedType the other day, ” You can’t improve on perfection”

          Like

        4. Whoa! I wasn’t expecting such a great compliment!

          Like

        5. Don’t know about it being a compliment so much as a statement, a compliment from an Australian is rarely given. The highest compliment an Aussie can bestow is calling a man a ” GOOD BLOKE” , Equivelent to the Victoria Cross or Medal of Honor 🙂
          I must admit that you’re a “Bloody Good Bloke”, which is just slightly higher again XD

          Liked by 1 person

        6. And how do Australians show gratitude for such a statement? (I don’t want to offend, haha)

          Like

        7. they don’t, there’s no need to, it’s just accepted.

          Liked by 1 person

  4. Love the song. It’s by far my favorite season. And I’ve come to love winter a lot more than summer. (I can’t stand the heat anymore, and there’s no yard work in winter!)

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Lovely song and a beautiful rendition; we don’t get singers like NKC anymore, so long as you can hold a mike and scream really loud you’ve got it made!
      There really isn’t a great deal of difference in the seasons up here in NSW, down south in Victoria and Tasmania you get the real thing when it comes to seasons; here it’s such a gradual change that it’s barely noticable, except at night time.

      Like

  5. . . . what goes around, comes around . . . except here.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. I take it that one day is pretty much the same as the one before and you can expect the same again tomorrow, which is fine if you’re planning to do the same tomorrow as you did yesterday, in the Sandwich Isles.

      Like

      1. Just commenting on the fact the situation will be reversed in six months and you can listen to this song again but with a different outlook. As for me, this will is the first time in my life that I live in a place where the differentiation between seasons is pretty much nil. It will be interesting to see if I miss the weather helping me keep track of years passing.

        Like

        1. Very true, and yes I think you will miss the weather patterns. Whether you’ll miss the cold, ice and snow with any regret is anybody’s guess.

          Like

All comments appreciated and acknowledged

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Paol Soren

A bit of this and that

Hello World

Walk along with me

Nan's Farm-Inside Out

A Journal Of Everyday Life With Occasional Dips Into The Unexpected

dunelight

Life in the dunes along Lake Michigan

Telling the Truth

connecting the dots of my life

%d bloggers like this:
search previous next tag category expand menu location phone mail time cart zoom edit close