Well I’ve dusted off my Speedos, filled up the paddling pool, repaired the barbeque and prepared the patio area in readiness for the best summer to date.
Let’s face it, this is probably the only year we have all had more than enough time to prepare the garden!
Already every garden in the street is blooming and the local garden centres are picking up more business now we are all allowed out to play again.
Got to say though, there is still always one clever so and so who decides to put the strimmer on at 7am on a Sunday morning.
Now, what we actually need for a perfect summer in Wales is our sunny days to run one after the other. Back to back, not three days of sunshine followed by three months of rain in two days.
From February to November, we probably get enough sunny days to make a whole sunny summer, they are just randomly dotted throughout the year, scattered between rain, snow, hail, sleet and thunder.
Just about anything is available to arrange on the internet now, so surely there is something the Met Office can do to make sure summers are always sunny?
Maybe Elon Musk can launch a few cloud busting satellites?
Actually, I wonder if controlling the weather will be a thing of the future?
Off to make a few enquiries . . .