I am never sure if we are the victims of global warming or cooling but I am sure that it is less of a disappointment if one resists being an optimist when putting one’s trust in the continuation of fine weather. In spite of our rallying cries to seize the day, we Northern Europeans revert to type if bright sunshine continues undiminished for several consecutive hours: rather than reveling in the delights of summer we will be worrying about the sun not shining tomorrow and, moreover, if it does shine tomorrow we will be worrying about drought and sun stroke. The sun shone brightly all day yesterday and so we uncovered the pool, and covered our heads.
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