Anakana Schofield – Award Winning Author of Bina, Martin John and Malarky

The evenings latterly have a lively breeze that it’s worth leaving the window open beside your head to experience while you sleep. It is also a great breeze to read a book within the line of.

Also, worth experiencing are the bunch of sweet peas a friend picked for me in her garden — the waft of them is intoxicating. So sweet and high. Delilah.

There’s so much happening in the world with the weather at the moment, including a painful sounding typhoon heading for China with wind speeds of 240KM per hr.

The track of Hurricane Irene I have been watching in relation to the Maritimes. It’s looking a little better for them, but not so good for the mid-Atlantic area. There’s mutterings of New York being in the path, which is probably why the typhoon in Asia is getting no noticing whatsoever. I was trying to imagine how you’d evacuate New York. You wouldn’t I guess. You’d just face whatever turned up.

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