If the truth is told, is isn’t really much of a secret because I am happy to talk about it to anybody, at the drop of a hat. It’s something that entertains me nearly every day and I suspect that if people were honest (which to be fair, pretty much everybody is in this case) they get a lot of pleasure from it as well.
It’s something that most people can do without any problem, any time of the day or night and it always brings me pleasure. Well, I suppose I’d better tell you what it is. It’s something related to a feature in this morning’s picture, and probably in most of my pictures. No, it isn’t ship watching. That’s no secret, everyone knows that. Nope, I am Member No. 04462 of the Cloud Appreciation Society. Who doesn’t enjoy watching the clouds. Everything from the thin whispy cirrus clouds that occur high in the sky, through to the deeply impressive CumuloNimbus clouds, the thundercloud. I love them all. After all, who doesn’t enjoy a few minutes on a nice day, when there is a fair bit of blue sky, laying back and seeing the dragon, or the dog, or an island in the clouds? I know I do.
Of course it is clouds that is the link with today’s topic – the weather, Yesterday was different, it was one of those mornings where you look out the window and decide that you aren’t going for a walk because it is tipping down. I didn’t pay a lot of attention to it I must admit. But it must have been raining for a fair bit of the day because the ground was sodden. Frustratingly, I didn’t do a lot of steps. I Made up for it today though, so I’m quite pleased with that.
It’s fair to say I think that there aren’t many days where I am put off walking because of the weather. I even go out and walk in the rain, in a proper raincoat of course. I just tend not to do it for my early morning walks before work.
It appears there is the possibility of snow in Hampshire over the weekend. Some areas of the county to the north have had at least one reasonably sized dusting. Apparently, it may come further south this next time, possibly even to Gosport. Let’s see what happens.