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Wednesday, 08 June, 2005

So, it's August. Not according to the calendar, of course, but it certainly feels like it out there. On Sunday it was pleasant - Monday went directly to headache-inducing hot. It does this every year, actually, but we forget. We had a late spring, and were given more than our usual allotment of three nice spring days, so this onslaught of high temps seems rather rude.

[But as I have said - I'll take heat over cold any day.]

Eva, Chip and John.

So Mom and Dad are in Japan. Mom says that the are both suffering from jet lag this time, so are taking it easy. Which is fine, since they don't have any particular schedule to keep to. I think they plan to stay in Ageo until the end of the month and then go up to the beach at Takeyama.

[Hope they have good beach weather.]

Quote du jour:

"The weather is like the government, always in the wrong."

-- Bertolt Brecht (1898 - 1956) German dramatist, poet

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