I know, such a British topic of conversation.
But it’s April in England so honestly the weather could be doing anything. It could be hot and sunny, it could be sub-zero and snowing, it could be raining, windy, hailstones...
Right here, at Casa Dingle, there are sunny moments between the grey clouds, it’s breezy, and it’s pretty mild.
It’s the kind of day you’d expect for April.
Birds are singing, daffodils are hanging on to blooms with their last strength, and I’ve just found the world’s stumpiest tulip about to open up in my bathtub.
Over to you: set a timer for 5 minutes, and write about the weather—and remember, the secret is to see where the prompt takes you...
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Notes in the Margin
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