June was, in parts, rather joyful.
Here’s a look at some of it.
(I decided not to include any numbers relating to Bermuda,
for fear of causing you to roll your eyes.
17.41 Million voted to leave, 16.14 Million voted to remain.
The outcome of the EU Referendum has pretty much been
the only topic of conversation across the UK since the early hours of June 24th.
£152.90: the amount spent at the dentist – check-up, hygienist and filling replacement.
And that’s with the actual dental bits on the NHS.
3: the number of nights we had a 6-months-old black Labrador puppy
staying with us. He’s a real live wire!
I may have ignored my own policy of no-dogs-on-the-furniture …
£684.64: the amount we spent on treatment for the pooch at the vet.
That’s on top of a large bill from last month.
943: my place in the queue when attempting to re-book
swimming lessons. The reality? All done in around five minutes.
1802: the number of fibreglass breeze blocks used to construct Unzipped Wall
at the Serpentine Gallery, Hyde Park. It’s by Bjarke Ingels of Denmark.
Month in Numbers is the brainchild of Julie
and you’ll always find a warm welcome over at her place.
Not to mention entertaining posts about a varied list of topics.
Go on over, stop by and say hello.
You can find my previous Months in Numbers here.