It’s freezing! What makes the bone-chilling damp worse is that I Skyped with friend Lynn in Montpellier yesterday; it’s 30 degrees in the south of France, she said, she’s wearing little tops and going to the beach. Ah well – this is the price we pay for living in this fine country. As I’ve always said, if the Canadian climate were better, we’d be overrun. Only the brave survive here, even in early October.
Though the weather continues sublime, I know it’s fall, because the garden is shutting down and suddenly there’s so much