Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Heat Wave

It reached 104 degrees here today. Needless to say, I made as few trips out as possible. Thank God for air conditioning!

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  1. It is so hot here in Georgia too! We don't have central air, but thank goodness for window units.

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  2. Yes, it was positively melting outside. Our poor window air units could barely keep up!

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  3. It's very hot in Pa, too. I tried to do some yard work but I had to stop. Thank goodness for air conditioning!

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  4. Thank God for A/C in cars, too;
    had several time periods without including last year. I transport adults with disabilites & they would melt in this heat; I'm 30 miles from Cheryl so we have the same sweltering atmosphere. But it was a balmy 85 degrees tonight (thurs) with gentle breeze at Jazz on the Green so "Just wait 15 min in Nebraska & the weather will change" as we say! Sometimes I've had the heat on in the morning & A/C in the evening. When we went to England 7 summers ago, we hit a heat wave & God blessed us with a car with A/C when we hadn't requested one. The hotels aren't air-conditioned so we left the windows open so the sun woke us at 5:30 am and kept us up til 9:30 pm.

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  5. I'm about 30 minutes from Cheryl and I don't have a/c in my car....ugh! Thankfully I live out in the country and can roll down all the windows and do the speed limit for airconditioning!

    Today it is absolutely gorgeous out. I have my windows open and am enjoying the breeze and fresh air.

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  6. It was actually COOL on my way home from my critique group tonight!

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  7. It's so humid here you can cut it with a knife. Ugh. Everything feels damp and sticky. I wouldn't venture out in 104 degree weather. Too dangerous. Stay cool, Cheryl!

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  8. Teresa

    Its miserbly here in Indiana. Its up in the 90's and the heat index around 100 to 105. I have 2 windows units going all the time sometimes at nite i can turn one off because it does cool down some after the sun goes down.

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