An Autumnal Morning

Drew back the bedroom curtains this morning to find condensation on the windows, a pale moon still visible in the watery blue sky with little wisps of mist hovering over the fields, and the grass white with a heavy dew.

It is slowly burning off now as the temperature has risen to 15C and is quite pleasant with no wind to speak of.

P has been over in the field next door picking blackberries which he will have at lunchtime.

I am suffering from a bout of hay fever again. Probably moulds and fungal spores at this time of year.

It seems we shall have to brace ourselves for wind and rain up here over the weekend so we are enjoying our little touch of autumn while we can.

Edit: this is our garden thermometer right now..6 PM . I think it must be broken...



9 comments:

  1. It is a lovely day here in The Dales and very warm.

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    1. I think you are going to gave a lovely weekend over there. Our forecast is for a band of heavy rain to sweep up the Irish Sea so we may be a trifle damp!

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  2. We are having our last day of sunshine here in Ireland today. Supposed to be very wet tomorrow night.

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  3. Apologies for this but we are planned to have a lovely warm and sunny weekend here in Suffolk!

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  4. Condensation on the windows? What on earth had been going on in that bedroom during the night?

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    1. We both have the habit of breathing whilst asleep. Inconvenient perhaps but we find it helps us survive until morning.

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  5. Wet and much cooler today - good job i went walking yesterday and not today!
    xxx

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