A Yorkshire Summer

Today has been a “perfect storm” kind of a day. I mean this metaphorically. I was up half the night, so I woke in a right awful mood. I was too tired to think and function, but too wired to sleep. So I started blurting out all of the things that were bothering me. I felt like I was losing my mind. Then I beat myself up for losing my mind. Andrew told me that I was adorable. Apparently I can’t even get grumpy right. 

One of the highlights of my morning, however, was when Andrew responded to my question about where the sun went: The government took it away.

I wasn’t expecting this answer, so it made me laugh.

When the sun doesn’t shine I always think of that one line in Robinhood: Prince of Thieves when Azeem says, Does the sun ever shine in this godforsaken country? This makes me smile too. Sometimes I find cynical so humorous. I guess that’s why Eeyore always goes over so big. We all are a bit Eeyore sometimes.

Here in beautiful British Columbia, Canada we are definitely having a Yorkshire, England summer. Not to be confused with a Yorkie summer. The poor chap in the photo below is having one of those. I understand his pain. Oh man… the look on his face.

Yes, sometimes life comes out of nowhere, but there are always highlights. Keep on running!

#Overcast #YorshireSkies #YorkiesFly

“The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; His mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is Your faithfulness.”

Lamentations 3:22-23

(Photo credits go to Pixabay.com users TimHill and christels.)

19 thoughts on “A Yorkshire Summer

  1. Love those last words, just perfect. It’s definitely a Yorkshire summer day here in Yorkshire. It’s a three jumper (sweater) day and definitely two umbrellas as well. Here I think the answer is our incompetent government has probably lost the sun.
    And the locals would have shouted at Azeem – it’s perfect weather for the Rhubard.
    Having owned a Yorkshire Terrier I can confirm that the big dog is in for the shock of his life.
    Hope your smiling. Gary

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    1. Better than smiling this morning. Something that sounds quite like laughter is escaping my lips. In fact it is laughter. Thanks, Superdad. Hope your smiling too!

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  2. Ahhh sweet little Yorkies!!!
    Cute post, I especially love this:

    ‘Then I beat myself up for losing my mind. Andrew told me that I was adorable. Apparently I can’t even get grumpy right.’
    ❤️❤️❤️ Hope things are turning around for the better!

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