"Prier, Pensir, Agir" ~~ Pray, Think, Do ~~ A Presbyterian Pastor's Blog
I feel your pain! We've been in a drought since Hurricane Ike and its hotter than the hinges of you-know-where.Yours in crabbiness, QG
It's blistering here next door in the bayou too. Feh!
Just saw the report on Weather Channel that N.O. was 100 degrees. Knowing how close you are, I figure it is equally hot. It is not much better here. I am pushing for a long weekend in the Mountains(where it is only HOT!)
My sympathies. I so cannot do hot AND humid. Though summers are wetting up with the heat in recent years here in the low desert of So. Calif. I find it necessary to remove all sharp instruments from reach in this kind of weather.
Is the "feels like" number the heat index? It's 66 here, and we could use some sunshine.
yes. what sognbird said.
You forgot humid!Keep cool
Send some hot this a way. Yesterday was the first day we saw lilacs and heard the word "humidex" on the news. It's almost July!!! At least the frost is gone at night - it makes it easier on those folk who like to sleep in tents and get eaten by black flies. I've never understood those folk...Anyway - have a cool sweet tea with lots of ice. Then come and visit me.
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