Another Shitty Day in Paradise

Da Goddess @ 12:20

It was 106° by 10:00 this morning. At noon, 111°F. We’re not done watching the mercury rise. Blech.

Yesterday, during peak heatwave, our power went out. For a couple hours. 114°+. I woke up drenched and congested and absolutely miserable. Keeping my fingers crossed it doesn’t happen again.

I soaked my feet and legs in the pool during the outage. I did the same thing this morning. It was so hot so early

, I just gave into the cool water. I’d dunk my whole body in right now, however, I would 1. have to put on a bathing suit, which requires effort and movement, and 2. would require me to walk downstairs and to the pool, and 3. would require me having to walk upstairs after AND change clothes again. To that, I say NO FUCKING WAY, JOSE & JUANITA! This is a perfect example of why I need to be very wealthy. If I had oodles of giant stacks of cash Many medications can report difficult to a difficult cost through infection

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  1. I’m never going to moan about our heat again! Well, maybe, but not while you’re going through hell on earth. I’d be tempted to just walk into the pool, clothes and all, and stay there. But is the water warm? If it’s that hot the water might be too warm to actually help.

    Hoping our really bad heat is largely past. Of course, it won’t be til January. I can dream…!

    Comment by pam — 2020/09/10 @ 06:49

  2. The pool remains blissfully cool. But at this point, even if the water was 100°, it’d still feel like heaven.

    All I know is the heatwave has come and gone, soon to be followed by another — according to the forecast. Life goes on and we muddle through. I just hope the next wave isn’t as scorching.

    P.S. since our humidity tends to be lower than yours, I think we’re still ahead of the game. :D

    Comment by Da Goddess — 2020/09/11 @ 01:13

  3. The humidity! That makes it about even, I think. ;)

    Comment by pam — 2020/09/15 @ 07:13

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