More Ramblings from a Los Angeles Programmer

May 6, 2007

And they say England has bad weather

Filed under: daily life, uk life — Josh DeWald @ 8:54 am

The view outside our apartment on May 1st (not that that’s the only day we’ve had glorious weather).

From Beautiful Morning in Woking

When we first got here around February, it rained every other day and we definitely wouldn’t go a week without rain. The past few weeks have been awesome. Don’t even need a sweatshirt anymore. It is May, so I shouldn’t be surprised.

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4 Comments »

  1. Well that’s a scarily small world! I ended up here via your trackback on Raymond Chen’s most recent blog posting (agree completley with both what he had to say and what you had to say! Anyone who’s coding and can’t find their initiative shouldn’t be allowed near code.) and I live just down the road. Well, Haslemere anyway, which is just down a lot of roads.

    Comment by Rob — May 21, 2007 @ 10:09 pm

  2. Greetings neighbor!

    Yeah, Raymond Chen is always a good read, wish I could be as productive (and interesting) and he is blog-wise, he seems to be able to crank out 2 day on average.

    Btw, the website in your posting doesn’t seem to exist.

    Comment by Josh DeWald — May 21, 2007 @ 11:20 pm

  3. :: sigh ::

    I can’t even spell my own name. Maybe I shouldn’t really be allowed near computers after all.

    Comment by Rob — May 22, 2007 @ 5:22 pm

  4. The email that got sent to me had your email, which had the correct spelling. Great stuff!

    Comment by Josh DeWald — May 22, 2007 @ 6:25 pm


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