Dedh Dew Cans ha Dewdhek
De Merher, üdnegves warn ügens mis Gorefan
Wednesday, 31st July
Thew hebma an diwettha dedh a vis Gorefan. Avorow a vedh dalla mis Est. Henwys ew mis Est warlergh an Laten “aestas” rag hav. Mis Est ew mis hav an moy dòbm, saw nag eus dhodho an hirra dedhyow. An tryja mis hav ew, na vedh bes üdn mis hav moy ha nena e vedh kidnyadh. Eus degolyow hav dhe whei? Ma othom dhebm a dhegolyow ken kidnyadh. Nei a wrüg obery e'n lowarth arta. Eus crow dhe whei? Mars eus crow dhe whei taclow a wra cùntel warbarth. War an diwedh res ew dhe whei towla oll an daffar dhe ves. Thera dhen beistry, fornow ha chofers coth ha sqwachys, hag oll sortow taclow. Agan mergh a dheuth gans hy kert covys. Gellys ew an brassa radn lebmyn. Nei ell gwary peldroos gen an flehes wydn.
This is the last day of July. Tomorrow will be the start of August. August is named after the Latin “aestas” for summer. August is the hottest month of summer, but it doesn't have the longest days. It's the third summer month, there's only one more summer month and then it will be autumn. Are you having a summer holiday? I need a holiday before autumn. We were working in the garden again. Do you have a shed? If you have a shed, things will accumulate. Eventually you have to throw all the stuff away. We had old and broken windows, ovens and heaters, and all sorts of things. Our daughter came with her van. Most of it's gone now. We can play football with the grandchildren.