01 March 2006

Hot, hot, hot!

It is an unseasonable 93 degrees Farenheit right now. Yes, and it's only March. This morning was a pleasant 65, and by the time I got out of school this afternoon I was panting like a dog in the torrid heat. I jumped into my car and turned the AC on full blast, gingerly turning the steering wheel with my fingertips. This is one of the reasons I do not like living in Texas.

13 Comments:

At 01 March, 2006 15:31, Blogger Julia said...

THIS is why I looooooove texas. Bring on the heat, baby!
I would have written a post about how much I love it, but i already wrote a gag happy post the other day.
See you at work!

 
At 01 March, 2006 16:36, Blogger TheEarthCanBeMoved said...

I miss Texas.
It's been getting hot up here too.
I broke a sweat going to class.
It was a whole 60 out there.

 
At 01 March, 2006 18:30, Blogger Redeemed said...

Cold, cold, cold! It's been freezing cold up here this past week. I mean, Freeezzingggggg cold!!!!

 
At 01 March, 2006 19:02, Blogger Consecrated said...

Hey guys, we live the other extreme here in Montreal. It is now minus 30 degrees Centigrade. Not comfortable either.

 
At 01 March, 2006 19:50, Blogger Carey said...

Eeww... Jason, what's that in Farenheit? (Since I can't do the math.)

What's the weather like in the summer?

 
At 02 March, 2006 05:49, Blogger Palm boy said...

That was farienhiet, as I doubt CO reached 180 degrees. Or whatever that conversion is.

96 degrees was really, really hot for football yesterday. And the air is all stiky and humid from the rain. Nice to stay inside.

Montreal is COLD.

 
At 02 March, 2006 08:38, Blogger Dyspraxic Fundamentalist said...

I am not into hot weather. I shall bear that in mind if I ever think about moving to Texas.

God Bless

Matthew

 
At 02 March, 2006 13:56, Blogger Hannah Beth said...

Isn't the weather wonderful? I'm enjoying every minute of it!

 
At 02 March, 2006 18:38, Blogger Carey said...

Ugh... Jules said the same thing. I have to frequently stick my head in the freezer to cool off. That probably isn't good for the electric bill.

I wasn't built for this weather. My ancestors were Scottish and Germanic barbarian tribesmen who lived in cold climates and wore animals skins... ooh... poor little animals.

 
At 03 March, 2006 08:40, Blogger Consecrated said...

Carey, Will you still love me if I said that I'd love to own a bison coat. A fur coat is a
"bear" necessity in sub-zero climates.

 
At 03 March, 2006 10:36, Blogger Carey said...

Of course I would. Even though bison are endangered (here), I'm not so sensitive to them for some reason. Maybe it's because they're so ugly and smelly.

 
At 03 March, 2006 10:36, Blogger Carey said...

Haha... love the pun.

 
At 03 March, 2006 11:18, Blogger Consecrated said...

Thank you for your graciousness.

 

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