Tuesday, 1 August 2017

Month in Numbers | July

July was joyful!
Let's see how it turned out:
41C: the highest temperature we encountered this month,
but then it was in Marrakech.
11: the amount of Happy Mail sent this month.
8: the number of days we spent in Marrakech, 
thanks to a kind invitation from friends.
{Marrakech will be appearing on the blog throughout August}
327: the number of pages I read as part of the 
A novel that I'd never heard of until I came across
a copy in the recycling bin at the tip.
And what a thoroughly good read it turned out to be.  
21,533: highest daily step count.
7: we saw seven sets of tennis over the same number in hours
at Wimbledon.  We were lucky to secure a pair of tickets for #1 Court.  
Month in Numbers is the brainchild of Julie
and you'll always find a warm welcome over at her place. 
 Not to mention entertaining posts about a varied list of topics.
Go on over, stop by and say hello.
You can see my previous Month in Numbers here.


debs14 said...

FORTY ONE DEGREES? Oh my goodness! I'm not sure I could cope with that heat! Your pics on Instagram look lovely and I'm looking forward to hearing more about it. My friend went a few years ago and it's really influenced how she's decorated one of the rooms in her house!
Now, Sanditon - I had read that Marie Hobbs had finished it but Mary-Lou thought that it was Anna Leroy. Have you tried to find out who the Other Lady was? Such intrigue!

Patio Postcards said...

Nice cheerful layout. What a perfect balance of photos & journal cards, liking the squares. 41!! ah but was it a dry heat? (col).

Looking forward to hearing more about Marrkech.

Oh yes to SJABC - I haven't read any thing by Anna Leroy so I don't know her style, I had just read that someone suggested it was her that finished Sanditon. But now I want to find something by her & Marie Hobbs to compare their writings. I like how things grow this way :)

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