Month in Numbers | July

July was joyful!
Let’s see how it turned out:
41C: the highest temperature we encountered this month,
but then it was in Marrakech.
11: the amount of Happy Mail sent this month.
8: the number of days we spent in Marrakech, 
thanks to a kind invitation from friends.
{Marrakech will be appearing on the blog throughout August}
327: the number of pages I read as part of the 
A novel that I’d never heard of until I came across
a copy in the recycling bin at the tip.
And what a thoroughly good read it turned out to be.  
21,533: highest daily step count.
7: we saw seven sets of tennis over the same number in hours
at Wimbledon.  We were lucky to secure a pair of tickets for #1 Court.  
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 see my previous Month in Numbers here.

2 thoughts on “Month in Numbers | July

  1. FORTY ONE DEGREES? Oh my goodness! I'm not sure I could cope with that heat! Your pics on Instagram look lovely and I'm looking forward to hearing more about it. My friend went a few years ago and it's really influenced how she's decorated one of the rooms in her house!
    Now, Sanditon – I had read that Marie Hobbs had finished it but Mary-Lou thought that it was Anna Leroy. Have you tried to find out who the Other Lady was? Such intrigue!


  2. Nice cheerful layout. What a perfect balance of photos & journal cards, liking the squares. 41!! ah but was it a dry heat? (col).

    Looking forward to hearing more about Marrkech.

    Oh yes to SJABC – I haven't read any thing by Anna Leroy so I don't know her style, I had just read that someone suggested it was her that finished Sanditon. But now I want to find something by her & Marie Hobbs to compare their writings. I like how things grow this way 🙂


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