Photo via The Wit Continuum
Oh boy, do I remember! It is not so long ago that the snow departed from around our cabin in Québec. Last weekend the last of the tulips put on their spring show, & vegetables are finally beginning to poke up through the soil in the garden. I have been enjoying this week’s hot weather with tremendous enthusiasm. I realize that a hot week in NYC can be a little challenging, but the warm breezes are very much appreciated in this part of North America where summer is too, too short.
Ahhhhhhhh … just looking at it makes me feel cool!
Brian, as long as I can remember, there has been one burning hot week here in the city every summer, the over-the-top sweltering molten-lava-pavement sort of thing. This year, we are already in our second spell, and we’ve not even had the summer solstice yet. The air quality is very bad today. A good day to stay home – which is what I am doing – with Mrs. Peel, and drink water, water, water.
Sandy, I hope you are staying cool, and I am glad you reacted as I did to that photo!
I have to echo Brian’s sentiments. You’ve been in these parts, Laurel, (northern New Hampshire), and having lived for years in the Adirondacks I know you’re no stranger to brutal winters, but–I too am actually enjoying the heat and humidity at the moment. After a long, cold season of seemingly endless high fuel oil/heating bills, any day I don’t have to light the boiler in this steam-heated Victorian is a great day! Best blessings your way.
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