Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Weird weather


Can you see - 28C on the patio and thunder, lightening and hailstones like peas....in August!

Sorry, what a boring post this is after such a gap but what with repainting the house, inside and out and handling the heat, I don't have the energy for much else. I will confess though I've also devoured the three books by Stieg Larsson about Lisbeth Salander.

Thanks to all of you who continue to pass by, in vain mostly. I'm told by D. to get out there now as after the rain, the plants are glowing.....
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6 comments:

Jan said...

We too had a storm with hailstones, last week I think. But you're right, the weather has been totally weird for the whole of the last year!

Stacie Shepp said...

It's sunny and HOT here in CA in the US :) I was on your site because I wanted to invite you to check out our new social network for gardeners, YourGardenShow.com

It would be great to have more gardens from Spain on the site.

Let me know if you check it out and set up a garden.

Thanks for your time!
Stacie

Sue Swift said...

So sad larsson died. I'd have loved some more Millenium novels.

LadyLuz said...

Thanks for stopping by. Stacie: I already belong to two other garden websites and at the moment, don't have time for another. Will contact you if things change.

Jan, Sue - nice to see you. My, Sue, it was hard to drag myself away from those books. Shame there will be no more. Do not fancy the US film version and it's not even made yet!

Meredehuit ♥ said...

I love your blog and have enjoyed my visit here. I'll be back again, soon! Thanks you for your sweet commnet on my post.

Gardens at Waters East said...

So nice to review your post. I have visited Spain and nave a number of friends who live near Madrid. Hope to visit again. In the meantime it is nice to recall my visit through your blog. Gardening is different there from what it is here on the shores of Lake Michigan. Really cold right now. I could use a little warm sunshine! You might enjoy some of the photos on my blog. You can find it using Google search engine: gardensatwaterseast.blogspot.com/ You can see the kind of weather we are having, and pohotos of many of my garden areas. Jack