the case for twittering locally

I’m almost at the point where I’m going to need to stop following tweets from friends and colleagues across the pond, if they are going to continue to bask in summer-like temperatures and sunny days – especially if they are going to insist on boasting about it:

Andy is eating ice cream and visiting castles and gardens;
Al is cycling along the river, stopping at a pub for an ice-cold beer;
Roo is mowing his lawn for the 3rd time in 3 weeks;
Martin is grilling outdoors;
Luis is going to the beach;

Meanwhile, I’m watching it rain/sleet/snow yet AGAIN.

*sigh*

7 thoughts on “the case for twittering locally

  1. Don’t fret, Kelly! You’re not alone. I’ve been working most of the weekend — the penalty of project managing office moves! Yesterday in a south facing office with the aircon shutdown for the weekend! Very ubcomfortable. And our weather is due to get cooler this week, by which time what you have now will probably have worked its way across here. Sadly. 😦

  2. You’re right Kelly. Weather is totally crazy nowadays. Here in Barcelona we have had a warm winter and now we have a cold spring. And the best is that the rest of Europe now is warm, so we have changed roles, as South is traditionally warmest as the North! So reading these tweets doesn’t help. But don’t worry, we’ll have time to take revenge 🙂

  3. I was stuck in Fareham with no trains if that’s any help.

    Still, it wasn’t too bad sitting on the platform in the sun reading! 🙂

  4. Fareham! My home town. Lucky man, James… he said, sarcastically… if the trains were running, the aircon would have been broken (there’s positive thinking for you!).

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