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25 seconds of hail

Living directly under the roof has its perks. Like knowing when it’s time get up, which would be the time the pigeons start sliding down your windows and are making a whole lot of that fucking early-bird-catches-the-worm noise.

Or in winter, when it gets really cold, forcing you to turn up that heater. Or in summer, when it gets so hot, you can either decide to stay in and perish or decide to go out and return after dark.

But living directly under the roof also has its downsides. Like when there’s some nice and healthy hail and your windows, slanted of course, are not made of bullet-proof glass and you’ve got a certain history with leaking windows and roofs anyway.

Which was the case today. So please, enjoy being in our shoes for the next 25 seconds (plural is no sign for delusions of grandeur, I’m actually referring to my girlfriend and me):

After the storm

After the Storm
And that’s what it looked like when the storm had passed.

When will it ever stop?

It is the second week of March, and it is quite possibly the advent of another ice age. Say goodbye to life as you know it, and say hello to death by freezing. So basically, say goodbye to life in general.

Snow in March

So it’s finally March, the month where spring lovers rejoice over rays of sunlight breaking the heavy clouds of winter.

Not. It’s March, the month where it’s just as snowy as it was the last few months.

This has been another presentation in my lazy “window view” category. It really becomes more and more difficult to come up with original content nowadays. Ah, how I miss the days when you could easily impress your visitors with an animated GIF of a bleeding separator.

Plant chronicles Pt. V

Remember this? Or this? Or maybe this? This even?
Well, take a look at that:

wet snow roof

Thanks to Catharina for the inspiration to produce yet another one of my ever so popular plant chronicles.

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