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I look at your photos with red sheets and I think how it was cold when you where here in January, the coldest days I remember! Now I’m so happy spring has arrived
Good morning, Daniela. Your nice warm coats will be tucked away for quite a while now. I hope it doesn’t get too hot this summer.
Brrrrrrrrr, Yvonne, I have just put the electric blankets on our beds yesterday. I can only imagine how cold it must have been in Venice!!
Hey, you won’t believe it, I got bananas today for 59c per kilo! Such a drastic drop in price following the cyclones we have experienced over the last couple of years.
I distinctly remember they got to $16.99 per kilo……….Monkeys were turning to prostitution.
Hi, Melissa. Luckily, my apartment was very snug, and I had flannelette PJs with me. It sure was cold for awhile, though.
Crumbs, we grow the darn things up here, and bananas were still $2.95/kg yesterday. I haven’t seen any of those monkeys, though …
And that should have been “flannel” and indeed they were toasty on my first night in this apartment in January when I couldn’t get the heat adjusted.
Ah, those red sheets on that foggy day!
They were a nice warm patch on a damp, chilly day. I wonder how long they took to dry!
My red sheets are flanne so would take quite a while in that weather.
They’d be inviting, on a cool winter’s night, Michelle.
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