MLMM- Tale Weaver- True Story

Our prompt is to write about an abrupt change in climate. Truth is ALWAYS stranger than fiction.

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It was Mother’s Day and we were camping.
May was the beginning of our seasonal camping and we brought shorts, hot dogs, marshmallows, and of course, cold beer on ice!
The morning awakened us to a bone chilling drizzle and temperatures in the upper 40’s F.
Mid morning brought winds and an arctic blast turning the drizzle to snow!
Our disappointment could not be hidden as we added layers to our clothing for warmth. No one thought to bring mittens and scarves.
We warmed soup, and coffee, and discussed heading for home when a midday sun broke through the clouds and blue skies lined the horizon.
We shed layer after layer as the day moved along.
By 4:00 pm, all the campers were wearing shorts and sandals under a bright sun that wasn’t done with us yet. It was 75 degrees F. and still warming!
The breeze finally died away leaving us in a humid 88 degree swelter by 6:00 pm.
That night, we ran fans and slept in t-shirts.
This is a true story. We live in New England, U.S.A. where we have a saying: “This is New England. If you don’t like the weather, wait a few minutes… it will change.”

5 thoughts on “MLMM- Tale Weaver- True Story

  1. pvcann 09/17/2021 / 7:16 pm

    Sounds like our south coast but without the snow, or our famous east coast city Melbourne which humorously boasts four seasons in one day 🙂 I did laugh.

    • Susan St.Pierre 09/17/2021 / 11:25 pm

      😁 So happy that you took pleasure and high five for your smorgasbord of similar weather!

  2. -Eugi ☕️ 09/18/2021 / 9:24 am

    So true! We can go through 4 seasons in one day in my neck of the woods.

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