Wednesday, June 30, 2010

it's "Very Warm" 'eh?

Apparently on Sunday the temp hit 106... Didn't much notice because I like to hurry from the air conditioned house to the air conditioned car - to the air conditioned church - and then back again...  but my neighbor and I had a good laugh at the newspaper which reported the 106...


Little Sunshine Clip-art

Followed by the dreaded numbers 106 (in bold!)

Followed by two little words "very warm"

not even capitalized

Exactly what do we have to get to to have it considered "Hot"? 
image can be found in Hades, or at /www.newsrealblog.com/2009/08/17/hell-on-earth/

So for all of my readers who are jealous of my wonderfully beautifully mild winters (and who wouldn't be) - come on over, but be sure to wear plenty of sunscreen :)

12 comments:

Lisa said...

Very warm? I guess EVERYTHING is subjective, isn't it?

Kristina P. said...

I heard it's going to be cool this weekend. A frigid 80 degrees.

Cluttered Brain said...

Ahhh!!!!
It is SO much better than having it snow in the winterttime..
I say YAY for the WARMTH....:)

See Mom Smile said...

Same here darling. Did errands at 8 am while it was still a mild 90 degress outside.

Cheeseboy said...

I love the heat... the sweat dripping down my back as I try and sleep. We are only at 95 here. I have the need for 106

Donda said...

It finally cooled down here...we were at 105 heat index here in KY. YUCK

Laffylady said...

It hit 96 yesterday...and the ocean was beautiful..!

KyAnn (like Cayenne Pepper, only HOTTER) said...

I would be a puddle in 106.

Barbaloot said...

I absolutely LOVE the heat! I'm so glad it's finally getting hot up here in Provo. That being said--I do spend a lot of time indoors:)

Garden of Egan said...

Hopefully you'll always have air conditioning.
Or you won't be all smug and everything.

Staci at Craftify It ! said...

SO HOT...but at least we aren't shoveling snow!

Charlotte said...

I suppose a hurricane is "very damp" too? I'm enjoying my high 70's very much (as I will long for them when it doesn't get above freezing for at least a month at a time)