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Jun. 20th, 2012 | 02:53 pm

It's that the time of year again — the longest day, the shortest night, the time to celebrate the sun. Blessed summer solstice to all y'all!

Well, if you're on the northern hemisphere, anyway. To all you southies, enjoy the shortest day, the longest night; celebrate the turning of the great wheel, and have a blessed winter solstice instead. :)

Speaking of which, it's about high time that stores start stocking christmas cookies again. Where are they? And I haven't heard any christmas carols being played yet, either! :)

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The Mystery of the Supranational Rabbit

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from: porsupah
date: Jun. 21st, 2012 09:27 pm (UTC)
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Wait.. if it's Summer, shouldn't I be enjoying long, bright, warm days by now?

(Today, I saw the "overflow car park" for the open day be rained upon generously. Still, it had the minor benefit of not feeling the need to bring the camera in, which saves a bit of weight, and feeling free to wear the MBT Kisiwa into the office, knowing I had no intention of going wandering in search of the local buns)

Still, it'll remain (sometimes) bright until late for a while yet. Maybe I can hope to have money to spend the Winter in the Bay.. ^_^;

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Schneelocke

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from: schnee
date: Jun. 22nd, 2012 11:11 am (UTC)
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I hope you will. :)

Ah, and yeah, we have far too much rain here still, too; it's not that there's no dry days, or even sunny ones, but they're alwasy interrupted by periods of rain again.

Speaking of bunspotting, I actually saw a hare recently, too, as opposed to the usual bunnies that share my neighborhood. This one sat in a field and kept a watchful eye on the farmer, who was just going across with a tractor doing something (I wouldn't know what exactly) — presumably the hares are used to it, though, at least the adults, and this one definitely was.

I was quite surprised how big he was, too, much larger than an average bunny.

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