Too hot to blog... hee. I am similarly melting but one should not complain about fabulous weather (however, please pass the fan). Twin perils amused me.
So how hot is too hot to blog? Because here in the sultry southern U.S., we had temperatures of 98 degrees today! (That's 36 celsius.) That is too hot to move. Only church and bookish adventures can draw me voluntarily out of my house in this weather on a weekend.Now for a cold drink...
Its too chilly to blog here! Melbourne is getting into its serious winter here.
I'm with Teresa -- 98 degrees here today. It's pretty much church and swimming pool for us, with some reading in the middle. :)
Oh, but I do LOVE the picture. My dad is an identical twin and we have quite a time trying to figure out who is who with his childhood pics!
How do we know that isn't you in a bunny costume?
The most adorable photo!
I love the feeling of distrust between boy and bunny! I'm sorry that you're suffering from heat. We have no such affliction in Seattle. In fact, we have just turned the heater back on for probably another week. Bah.
I melted too Simon - don't do well in any heat.Love the picture and the way you're looking at the bunny as if you're not sure of him - was his name Harvey? (cf Jimmy Stewart film with imaginary 6ft rabbit - I jest of course!)
Great photo! Yes, there's certainly a look of distrust there! Did you (or your twin!) suspect that the other had morphed into a giant toy rabbit? :o)Here in Scotland the weather's warm enough for short sleeves...
That picture is brilliant.It's too hot to do anything, mind you when its raining we will all be moaning.
Get up to the Ice House quick ! :-)
Frankly the way that bunny is looking at you - well I wouldn't have trusted it either.
Lovely picture Simon. i am reading this at 9pm on Monday night and it is still so hot that i can hardly move to make the supper. I probably ought to though.
Sorry to prick your balloons everyone - I was there - I took the photo. Yes, it is Simon on the right and it is 'Pink Rabbit' (original eh?) on the left. But you have misread that look - it isn't wariness or fear - it is Simon waiting for PR to do the next bit of his painting whilst having a 'chat' about plans for his own. Magic!
ps and you can just see the corner of Colin's painting paper in the bottom left corner - so it isn't him in a rabbit suit!
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