Muddyboots

Follow the fortunes of Muddyboots & Family on their East Yorkshire farm which has changed from dairy farm to luxury ice cream manufacture

Tuesday, 10 June 2008

June, where did May go?


warning: this blog does not contain reference to the credit crunch, price of food, fuel or Gordon Brown.

Has anyone seen May? I seem to have misplaced it somewhere. It was the start of the month, then, wham bamm, it's now June, the 10th to be exact. Is this what happens as one ages [gracefully of course]? By heck doesn't time fly, they say. I think l could say more, but being a polite sort of oldie l won't embarrass myself more than necessary and most definately wont bore you with what muddyboots did and what muddyboots did next. If the truth were know, l can't exactly remember......................It was truly awesome [TF's words] to meet fellow blogger @themill, last month and explore the rugged dramatic shoreline of Northumbria, castles, sandy beaches and strange restaurants in tree houses. Time away from base, wonderful, but then came half term bringing with it the chaos and rush and rattle and pandemonium; no peace - no calm - nothing but crowds and holiday-makers, bunged up roads and, well it's no fun working whilst everyone else is out enjoying themselves is it? Oh, l seem to have done a bit of filling in the blanks. Sorry about that bit, l must be in a state of denial. The customer is always right, the customer is always right, the custome..............

Well at least there's nothing wrong with my very dodgey sense of humour. Or is there?

So, the sun has come out the temperature is in the low 20's which is seemingly bringing with it the annual red skin syndrome as pasty white limbs are exposed to the air for the first time this year together with 'mygodyoureallyshouldntwearthatinpublic'.

7 comments:

UN PEU LOUFOQUE said...

Look dear if you find your May perhasp you might ask it if its seen mine, perahsp we are both suffering form seasonal amnesia.oh that soudns good I wonder if we coudl get grant aid as sufferers!!

Grouse said...

Only six months to Xmas, dear.........

Cait O'Connor said...

I love your Warning. Definitely makes it inviting to read.
May went away far too quickly for my liking. Let's hang on to June.

lampworkbeader said...

Muddy are you sure you should be in the hospitality business? You make lovely ice cream though.

mountainear said...

Only 11 days until the longest day and then the nights start drawing in again. Eeek! What a terrible thought. Let's enjoy this summer while we've got it.

Pondside said...

Just think of what lovely firm upper arms you'll have by the end of the season, with all that scooping. June is half over and July will probably fly by too. Make sure you take lots of walks on that beach while the weather is half ways decent, because Grouse is right.........

Angel said...

How lovely that you met F!!
I am going back up for return visit for 1st week of 6 week holiday...and I will be calling past via MR Moos!!
xx

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