Tuesday, 22 July 2014


Whoever said that Norway was a cold and dark place to live, should be coming over for a visit right now. Because it's fantastic weather. At least where I live. If you were to go up to Longyearbyen (capital of Spitsbergen) it would be just above freezing. However, that is not where I live, I live a lot further south and here it is beautiful. Sun all day long, warm all day long. Heck, warm all night long as well. 

It certainly makes work a challenge at times. Keeping the bus cool and with that the driver can be a challenge. Making sure we are not overheating in the staff room. Trying to get enough fluids in us without having to run to the nearest toilet, yet still be hydrated. It's a fine line!

Fortunately, after a work weekend, I now have a couple of days off. A couple of days in which to do some work. Like the laundry. I was fast running out of dry stuff to wear. The grass will probably need cutting again, it always does. And then of course I will be picking up Pepperfly and Mr Pepperfly today. They will not be staying with me, but I hope to be able to see them on occasion. And this week, those occasions should be able to happen, since I only have to work two more days this week!

Anyway, summer in Norway. So far? Loving it!!


  1. My friend Claudie from the côte d'Azur was in Oslo staying with Blogfriends and she also had beautiful weather ! Here it's nice too although today it's grey but very warm. Isn't it nice to be able to sit in a garden ?

  2. Glad the weather is so beautiful right now....enjoy and have a fun time with the Pepperfly's!

  3. Hari OM
    ..........think I may have moved to the wrong West Coast!!! YAM xx

  4. You certainly look comfy in the picture! Getting a little too warm these days in central Texas, predictions of 37 C. for the next few days. I know you will enjoy the Pepperfly's.

  5. I'm glad that the summer is going well for you.

  6. I'm so glad you're having a nice summer! It looks like you're having some beautiful weather!


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