March Sun and Wind

It has been a very sunny day here but the Easterly wind made it difficult to sit out in it for too long. I listened to the radio - sad news about the tragic death of Natasha Richardson from a blow to the head from a skiing accident.
Yesterday I helped a lady who had tripped and fallen flat on her face in a car park. She was knocked out by it for a minute or so and although she recovered pretty quickly I do hope she will be OK.
There was some doomsday merchant saying we were now facing "the perfect storm " ( not a re-run of the film, but a global economic one of poverty, lack of fuel and drought. This is forecast to arrive in about 2030, 21 years from now. Is it worth getting out of bed at all these days ?!

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