Did July turn out to be jubilantly joyful? Let’s see what the numbers say:
270 lengths of the pool at the gym.
My highest daily step count was 24,898.
Just 10 scrapbook pages made (and no TN spreads) this month.
34ºC: our highest temperature this month. It’s been incredible; surely on of the hottest Julys for years.
Only 4 pieces of Happy Mail sent.
The Boy Child took part in the school production of Joseph, which ran for 3 nights and was really very good.
I took 306 photos this month, evenly split between my dSLR and iPhone.
The Royal Air Force marked its birthday in style! 100 years of service and loyalty to the crown meant a Thanksgiving service in Westminster Abbey, a parade down The Mall and an historic flypast over Central London. I’m extremely proud to be part of its history. Per Ardua ad Astra.
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3 thoughts on “Month in Numbers | July 2018”
I wonder if next year’s July page will have such a high temperature recorded! I love that comment on the blackboard – very witty!
A very cheerful July page. Joseph is one of my favourites, lively & fun music. 34 is hot for England, hot for anywhere.
Always a great look at your month … our highest temperature was 110 F (43 C), so we were glad to spend part of the month in Alaska. 🙂