Fine & rather cold. A little rain in the evening.
8 eggs. Total this week: 59.
It’s coming down in sheets here. But I have no eggs!
Slightly less fine, slightly less cold.
By “fine” does he mean sunny? I’ve been assuming that is what it means, but don’t really know. Is “fine” used to mean “sun” or at least “not raining” in UK?
Yankees want to know…
Don’t you get the impression that George’s mind is elsewhere? I wonder what’s on his mind?
itwasntme – ‘fine’ usually means ‘not raining’ in the UK. If it was sunny in December he would definitely mention this fact, as this would be unusual! Having said that it has been sunny here in South West England today (10 December). This is wonderful as it has been raining non-stop for weeks.
The war, George, the war.
Thanks Jane Smith for the explanation of “fine.” I’m glad it’s finally fine there for you – it’s raining like crazy here in LA just now, which is unusual, and just “fine” by us, since we’re a desert!
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