Dear Weather,

You are miserable. I request that you cheer up immediately (although I will give you a deadline of tomorrow). I  would like to spend the summer months sitting in the garden with a notebook writing something marvellous, or as marvellous as a first draft can be, and I don't have a waterproof pen or laminated notebook pages.

I promise I will add all the squall you want to my next WIP and will give rain a starring role so you won't be forgotten.

This afternoon, I shall bury my winter coat at the back of the wardrobe and will wear my new jacket to work tomorrow.

Your co-operation is appreciated,
Me (and several other writers in the UK)[image error]
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