In the interest of balance – it is chucking it down

the rain in Newark falls mainly on the train, and the cricket, and the tennis, and the barbecueIt was only yesterday that I waxed lyrical about the British summer, cricket, olympics et al. Well there are as we all know two aspects to our summer. One is as described yesterday. The other is the reality of today. This is the reality of rain stop play, of umbrellas and Cliff Richard singing on the Wimbledon Centre Court (a thing of the past since they built the roof of course but technology will never completely make the summer) and the family sitting in the kitchen whilst you try and get the barbecue lit.

This post is published in the interest of editorial balance. The views expressed herein are totally independent and whilst biased towards sunshine are able to appreciate the richness of countryside that our variable weather brings, except when my glasses get wet.

I’m now on my way to London for the ITSPA vendor workshop. That is all.

Published by Trefor Davies

Liver of life, father of four, CTO of trefor.net, writer, poet, philosopherontap.com

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  1. I’m holding you personally responsible for the sudden deterioration in the weather, Tref. 😉

    Mentioning the “S” word is a sure-fire way to make the winds blow and the rain fall!!

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