Tuesday, June 21, 2016

greetings, summer

When spring goes all El Nino on you and replaces those May snowstorms with barefootedness, the first day of summer feels a little anticlimactic. I'm not complaining, mind you. In fact, I could easily get used to a summer that lasts well beyond the standard eight weeks.

Now I just need to get that Clonomatic 6000 up and running so that I can do everything that I want to do this summer. Anybody got a spare flux capacitor they could lend me?

4 comments:

Erik Donald France said...

Cheers, Barbara ~ just back from Ireland which was mostly cool with light intermittent rain.

Now for the time machine, a flat circle, an accordion, a windy winded bagpipe . . . & once more into the vortex!

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Welcome home, Erik! However long your stay may be, enjoy those familiar comforts to the fullest. I hope you have some tales to share from your travels.

John Mutford said...

Happy Canada Day, Barbara!!!

Barbara Bruederlin said...

And to you, too, John! I worked at the grand opening of Studio Bell, new home of the National Music Centre for Canada Day. It was a blast and felt very Canadian.