Hello everyone. Apparently Storm Georgia is raging through Britain today. We now asign names to our storms like they do in the US, only they’re not hurricanes and usually all it just leads to lots of chuntering and the occasional displaced cat.
On the allergy front though, it’s not all bad. Storms are usually associated with warm weather, and it’s currently a balmy 7 degrees here in mid January.
As a result, my sinuses feel as free as a bird and I’m not experiencing that nagging, blocked up sensation that all allergy sufferers know goes hand in hand with winter.
With this being the case, there’s a huge argument for moving to a warmer climate. In Britain, nowhere is particularly warm, so it would mean going overseas, especially in winter.
It’s easier said than done, but definitely something worth considering in the future.
For now at least, I’m just happy to have thawed out ever so slightly. It really does make a difference.