An English In Kentucky


















Tuesday April 10th 2012    Tim Candler

       North wind is plotting.  There must be an air mass up there somewhere that has not yet signed this year's surrender and has no intention of doing so.  Once more into the breach, and frost is forecast.  Then, if not tonight, then tomorrow night it could well freeze. And even the older Walnuts have a suggestion of leaf. 

    I think it was a British Prime Minister who tried to give credence to stubbornness by reducing it to TINA. "There Is No Alternative."  She also used the word "wobbly" to describe any of her supporters whom she suspected of thinking otherwise.  Sometimes I just wish it would rain.    

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