It was another tough day in Africa. A blissful day time temp of 22 degrees and tonight will be a freezing 11 degrees. It was a windless day as well and the sun was warm and therapeutic. I pity those who live in less agreeable parts of the world where one has to resort to alcohol to see through the the dark winter months of the northern hemisphere. Those of a marginal turn of mind get depressed and even commit suicide from lack of light or alcohol or both. As Billy Connelly says 'Scotland has two seasons. June and winter!'
But to counter all this some parts of the world that have a stereotype image of continual permafrost surprise me. I have friends in British Columbia near Vancouver who tell be the temperature on Saturday was 40 degrees. Beat that! We don't get that here thanks to the Indian Ocean.
I hope your day tomorrow is great. I'll think of you.