Wednesday, June 3, 2015

In between

I should not complain - but I CAN'T help myself being depressed in this horrendous, non existing summer. A couple of days before I had a hat, wool coat and my Isabel Marant autumn boots. How sad?

We've also spent so much time and money now on both of our two terraces and it's impossible even to sit outside for a cocktail when necessary, unimaginable to enjoy a cosy dinner. Please, please, please arrive with those impeccable summer nights now and mild, warm winds in the evening.



8 comments:

  1. Everybody is depressed. This spring in Sweden has been simply horrendous :( I live in the Southern part of Stockholm, close to the sea. You should see and feel the winds here - it's beyond any comprehension how long and strong it's been blowing now. But good that a lot of online shopping websites have started sales - we at least have a good excuse to comfort ourselves :D

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  2. Greetings from Maine (US). Like your blog. Thanks to your photos, I am now looking for a collarless summer coat. Already got a black one for fall. If it is any consolations, weather here is equally miserable.

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  3. Stina I hear you! We had a week of solid warm temperatures and sun, it was glorious, we were on our terrace every evening having lovely dinners... then the cold came again. It's a long winter for us in the northern countries and we so look forward to our short warm seasons, aaargh so short. I'm going to formulate a plan to buy a house in southern France so my hubs and I can move to a warmer climate for part of the year.
    Hang in and soon you'll be out on the terrace for lovely long evenings, and then to the family home in France ahh bliss.
    Sympathy from Cold Canada, xoDani

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  4. Oh Stina. I can understand you and all people living in Sweden, it's very hard for the moral and even health. Patience it's all I can say and that your yellow coat suits you very well...... Soon the South dearest.
    A big hug.

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  5. It's freezing and grey here in Scotland, my husband wore a scarf yesterday when heading off to work, I'm pulling on my big hooded parka a and fleece every morning, thankfully it's holiday time soon.

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  6. I totally agree with you Stina. Unfortunately one has to work, otherwise I would have packed my bag and moving south in a heartbeat. Hang in there! Soon!/Helen S

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  7. I like your yellow jacket, would you like to share where it is from? /Laila

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  8. I'll trade you stories of climate woe. I live in New Orleans, USA, and it is hot and humid. The city is basically surrounded by a swamp. How hot is it? Daily highs in the 90's and humidity around 80%. You step outside and it feels like you have a hot, wet blanket dropped on top of you. You start sweating within minutes, even when you are sitting in the shade, not moving. The heat and humidity sap your energy; a few errands leave you depleted for the rest of the day. And it is going to be like this until late October. Some people here get rage attacks because of the heat (I do) and some people get depressed by the *unrelenting* blazingly hot sun. So I understand your frustration, even though I feel it from the exact opposite kind of weather. Want to trade spots for a month? : D
    Slade

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