Foggy foggy morning

Every now and then there comes a day that surprises the daylights out of you. Today is that day.

We’re half way through February. Signs of summer turning up a showing here and there. It really should be hot by now. But it isn’t quite there yet. Mornings are misty, dark and bordering on downright cold. The evenings are still wintry and nippy. And if you’re anything like me you’ll need a light jacket on your way home.

This is what I woke up to today:

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A serious case of identity crisis I’d say. The times are changing. I can’t remember the last time I saw such heavy fog in Goa. And to think we should be well on our way to a hot summer. I’ve seen enough unpredictable weather changes for 2 years now. I’d really just like some consistency now please, thankyouverymuch. I wonder what is in store for the months to come.

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This post with a twist, is my last guest post on Vie Hebdomadaires. It was a fun week, even though I couldn’t do complete justice, like I wanted to. I was aiming for one post a day, but 5 posts in 7 days isn’t too bad, right?

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11 Replies to “Foggy foggy morning”

  1. foggy mornings are quite normal here and the visibility goes down so low that driving becomes extremely difficult! I remember this one time there was a 250 car pile-up in Dubai, back in 2008! (these namoonas go at 160 kms per hour even in the fog, so obviously…)

    But I like foggy mornings… everything looks so nice and mysterious! :)

    1. Isn’t this picture soooooo bangalore? That’s why its so out of place for Goa! But it really was a lovely morning for us. Perfect with some hot coffee to go with it!

    1. Yeah my granny has her sweaters and socks out apparently! I guess that might explain why goa is still bordering on cool only. Maybe the tables are turning hehehe

  2. I love foggy mornings….though I rarely (read never) wake up for them.

    But if anything could keep the summer away in Hyderabad, I would welcome it. For someone with pretty low cold tolerance levels, and pretty high humidity tolerance levels, I HATE the summer here with a vengeance.

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