No - but we lit the log burner. Ridiculous for this thyme of year.
Surely an extra vest?
our little flat is north-facing and cold so the heating goes on an off anyway. but i haven't noticed a particular drop in temp. today it's 16C in Devon, so hopefully warmth returns to us all!
normally the summer duvet goes on in May. it is still in the attic..........
My heating was on for an hour yesterday morning and for at least two today; flaming June!
Heat on every morning, here. 'Tis odd.Tessa
Oh, it's definitely summer time here -- in fact, we've had our water restrictions bumped up to the next level thanks to a drought -- and normally, we border on rainforest! Hope you catch some of that heat soon. . .
Glorious day in sunny Scotland - hope it spreads soon..
I still haven't turned mine off.
Re: Your comment in my blog... "My reading is very haphazard as I don't know what a 'reader' is."I don't use a "Reader" to find new posts, on the blogs I read, either. I have a private blog.... With those blogs listed.... And using a Blogger Gadget, it shows when bloggers have posted a new-to-me post. Which I find the simplest way to do this. :-)Tessa
Hot in Edinburgh too. 22C but felt much hotter because it was sunny with no wind.
Lucille, I actually took my winter down-filled coat to the dry cleaner yesterday. Even so, it's still not really hot here in New York yet.Any overnight heating of this apartment depends on the landlord's generosity. Once June begins, there's no legal requirement.xo
Gloomy rain . Jumpers and socks . And lentil soup . Humph !
I was in London for the first time last week and brought the proscribed umbrella. Should have packed the woolen knickers too.