mire [maɪə]n1. (Earth Sciences / Physical Geography) a boggy or marshy area2. mud, muck, or dirtvb1. to sink or cause to sink in a mire2.(tr) to make dirty or muddy3.(tr) to involve, esp in difficulties[from Old Norse mȳrr; related to moss]mirinessnmiryadj
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So today started like every other Monday recently; Dog and I set out a little after 05:45 under a brilliantly star twinkling sky with just a hunt of fog hovering at lamp post height. I enjoyed the stars, Dog enjoyed sniffing and didn’t disgrace himself and we both enjoyed breakfast when we got back.
As I waited for the bus I genuinely had settled for having a short half day out and then coming home to do some applications. Weather Guru enquired as we approached Dundee whether I had something exciting planned and I replied “no, find a quiet bench and sit and read my book for a while, especially if the weather is like yesterday” … and I did mean that! It was still at that point what I intended to do. Read More…