Memory believes before knowing remembers. Believes longer than recollects, longer than knowing even wonders

5 August 2010

Well, that is the end of summer, August, and so Autumn is here. I don’t know if we can complain, we had a lovely June. July was, well, rainy and wet. But one month of sun isn’t too shabby, especially considering that I took my holidays in June and so got the benefit.

And for those among you shaking you head, thinking, but it is still summer, well yeah, it is. But it isn’t. In Ireland summer is May, June, & July. Autumn begins in August. See, it is even on Wikipedia, which means it is truer than the truth.

I have finally finished updating all my tags, although there are a few stray ones here and there. I’m sure eventually I’ll forget all about them and never go near them again.

Since I got telly I’ve been watching a bit of the latest season of Doctor Who. I wasn’t too sure about the new Doctor, but I soon got to know and like him. Unfortunately I watched the last episode in the series before the first, but its all good. And I love the character of Amy Pond. I’m not quite sure why, but something about her is just great. Okay, I’ve only seen the first two eps in the series, and the last, but still. Yay for repeats!

Post title is from Light in August, I’m sure you can see the link yourself, or at least I really hope you can :)

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4 Responses

  1. Kathleen says:

    I'd have a hard time if Autumn where I lived started in August. I'm such a weather wimp!

    • Fence says:

      Well it doesn't last any longer. Nov is the start of winter, Feb the start of spring, May the start of summer, and then we're back to autumn again :)

  2. anne says:

    You'd think that, with every country having its summer at different dates, it'd be easy to avoid tourist invasions, so WHY do they ALL flock to the SAME PLACES at the SAME TIME?

  3. Fence says:

    I blame globalisation!