Jan 14, 2009

well, that's enough thanks



Mid summer I complain about the heat, the humidity, the constant sunshine, the air conditioned air and the hum of the machines that bring it.


So now it's mid winter and I'm damn sick and tired of the current cycle.
Snow, bitter cold, snow, bitter cold, snow, bitter cold, snow, bitter cold, snow, bitter cold, snow, bitter cold repeat as needed.

I don't mind the gray skies, come summer I'm not out in the sun much any way, but I really could use a day or two with warm temperatures and NO SNOW!

Ok, I have to go shovel some more....

6 comments:

Gayle Carline said...

Come to southern California for summer in January. It was 85 degrees today. Not bad, except the Santa Ana winds tend to blow you sideways down the street... in your car.

eviljwinter said...

I prefer summer because you can go outside without having to change your clothes to complain.

Or you can kick back on the back deck with a cold drink and curse the sun.

Cold weather? I don't go out if I absolutely can avoid it.

Scott Parker said...

As a native Houstonian, I spent 6 months in Kent, Ohio, (Jan-June 1996). Looking northward while growing up, I fantasized about the cold and snow. Then I got up there. Yikes! The first month or so was great. Then, it was a pain. On top of that, the near-constant gray cloudy days. Thus, when I moved back to Texas in the summer of 1996, I swore I would never, EVER, complain about Texas in August. And I haven't. I'll take my snow on the slopes, thank you very much.

Steven said...

I feel for you. I lived in Utica NY for a couple of years, and the ewather was miserable. The first winter was one of the snowiest winters ever - it snowed 37 days in a row. My second winter was one fo the coldest ever with morning lows of -25. They stopped mentioning the windcihll factor after a while.

Frankly, I can't see myself growing old in a cold climate.

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Matte said...

I would recommend you move to a warm state, not as hot as Texas, not as cold a Seattle, there has to be a place where you can have be happy with the weather, or else you'll end up drinking Generic Cialis out all those medicines you take for the cold.