Jul 2, 2012

54 IT’S HOT LIKE A MUDDAH!

It is so damn hot one can only assume either of two positions, permanently station onself under a cool shower or copying the position of a lizard in front of a fan because anything is preferable to movement which only serves to generate more heat. Have mercy! You can stick me with a fork and call me done! Blow on me ya’ll, somebody cool meh! Just make sure you not suffering from halitosis.

The bright spot in this maddening heat, a back in the day song by Nelly, “It’s getting hot in here.”

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  1. I always get peeved at the weather forecasters when they say "We’re in for some bad weather – 95 degrees in the shade!" Why? Because I like it that hot, and humid as well, and I find myself in total bliss. I have never witnessed a day that was too hot for me. I feel sorry for those of you who suffer from the heat. I hope your temps fall, but, I believe it’s just a preview of coming summer attractions. Try to stay cool. Peace.

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    1. Well the weather is only doing a prediction meaning he/she giving you a possibility of this or that should the temps/signs align. No guarantee just like anything in life. As for the heat am good with it, what I cannot tolerate is the humidity, that sucking asphalt kinda heat where you can smell and taste the dirt and roads.

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  2. May you chill !!
    Hop a plane to Alaska!

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    1. Is it ever hot in Alaska she asks naively?

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  3. Good grief girl, come on up here! …wait. No. It’s noon-ish, the sun is finally shining up here —- and I’m still wearing a sweatshirt. (never thought of myself as a Fair-weather Girl. But I’m just willing to accept now – I’m Solar-Powered. Big time! ha) Anyway, here wouldn’t be fun for you either! May the humidity drop steadily at your place,~ e

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    1. Its a case of damned is you do damned if you do so in the mean time in the in-between you just do the best you can and live, smile, laugh and prosper.

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  4. Smiling from ear to ear, video & your turn of phrase.

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    1. that vid is something isn't it. They took out the other part of it, when the place catches a fire and the dj trying to warn the partiers that the roof is on fire and all they did was to continue partying shouting the mantra, "the roof, the roof the roof is on fire, we don't want no water like the mudda-fucka burn, burn mudda-fucka burn!" I always think 'i bet you won't be thinking that when the reality of that real heat singe your backside. hehe'

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  5. Hey! It’s the same thing down South. HOT!!! I think the Devil even had a fan. LOL! Try to keep cool.

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    1. The Devil and the fan huh, thats a good one. You keep cool. lol, lol

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  6. Yep…A little early in the summer for that kind of heat up there.

    Keep that fan on high and keep taking those extra showers.

    What’s better??? A hot summer or a cold winter???

    Here’s to cooler days coming your way…Greg

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    1. I love the in-between weather, spring, fall, not too hot, not too cold like goldie locks and the bears, just right.

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  7. AS I read your comments from other blogs friends about the weather that complained how hot weather’s?
    I had middle of winter in here then I thoght it not so long ago we did have the temperature up to 40C around in the March…
    I think we needed to accepted whatever we have having?
    Be patient! a couple month time would be getting a cold weather ha ha ha

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    1. Oh i accept, i just want to gripe about the sweltering humidity that is making breathing a challenge.

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  8. Yes, is that time of the year to have the "Hot Foot Syndrome"….you know where you walk on alternating feet going Ouch, Ooohie and pretty much looking like a lizard whose feet are on fire…LOL ! Down here in the parts of the world where we live…in just a few more weeks will be more intolerable that being in the Sahara desert itself….Try and stay cool and have a wonderful and blessed weekend my friend!

    Greg

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    1. Thanks mister G. fire lizard huh...lol, lol, ok

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  9. I’ll have to remember that and thanks for the comments and advice I really appreciated it. See you around.

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  10. God is powerful, you know? Its so chilly here in NZ. We had like 5 degrees last night and I could not feel my legs on my way from church. lol. I think you're enjoying. lol

    I wouldn't complain right now if I had that experience.

    - LDP

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    1. there is a certain amount of enjoyment yes, when the good Lord blesses us with those nice breeze that take the edge off the heat. I am greatful for each one, sighing everytime it touches my skin.

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    1. I am taking it day by day Darling, grateful even in my complaining.

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  12. Good Morning...And to think our weather has been this hot down here in the Ozarks for overthree months. I am actually tired of summer this year.

    We are lacking rainfall,8 inches behind average, and every morning 5:30 to 10:30 am I try to keep apart of God's Creation green, healthy, and able to grow. Call me crazy but Ithink I can see all my flowers, grass, and trees smile at me with gratitude.

    Our afternoons have been stifling oven like hot. Stay cool and the heat shall passsoon up der in Canada eh...Be well, Gbird

    from Greg

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    1. ooohhh, yikes, eegads, mercy mercy. Mister G, I don't envy you and here you are trying to cheer me up with your funny comments when you are roster like chestnuts on an open fire! Ok, to borrow your phrase, "try and stay cool," Happy 4th.

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  13. I am waiting for this heat wave to break but there is no relief in sight for the next week at least.

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    1. yuck, they are saying this week will be a heatwave, like we need anymore waves of heat! Mercy, well drink lots of water and try not to do too much activity to dehydrate and weaken you.

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  14. Well, there is no heat on the side. We never seem to understand the weather:(

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    1. Welcome Mykey to my blog, wonderful to experience a new blog friend.

      Well in truth I don't think we suppose to understand it, rather just go with the flow and adjust though at times that is easier said than done.

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  15. Love the post title and YES it's brutally hot. If I didn't have to go outside I wouldn't. Heat just smacks you in the face and causes instant sweat and discomfort.

    It's been awhile since I heard Nelly's song, but it fits perfectly.

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    1. thanks i know eh, i haven't been out all weekend, tomorrow though i have to face the music so to speak and embrace the asphalt sucking heat!

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  16. Oh yuck! Sorry for all that oppressive heat you've all been suffering in. I wish you could come here. We're doing OK, thank goodness. I just hope your July and August isn't worse. Think October.

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    1. Oh don't remind me that we are barely into July...arrrh hoping there a few breaks in-between the oppressiveness of all the heat that is yet to come. I would think october but the heat triumph over my thoughts.

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  17. Here in the UK is wet wet wet!! Stay cool and I enjoyed the Video
    Hugs
    Sheila

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    1. I take it that its a wet coolnest? because there can be oppressive heated wet.

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    2. Pouring down with rain most of June and July looks so far much the same.
      Sheila x

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    3. i guess from the outside looking in it would appear that its better there than here though i can also say that too much of one thing is good for nothing and though you may like the rain too much can get you weiry?

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  18. weather and predictions its same everywhere

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    1. Yeah we all just got to grin and bear it and keep on keeping on.

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  19. Got air and the fan is in position! Yea, I needs both!

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    1. don't have air condition (though i do enjoy it at work) got an old fan (faithful) that takes the edge off

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  20. We're still having cool weather over here, though some parts of US on the east coast have a heat wave. Do try to keep cool and hydrated.

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    1. oooh thats nice. yeah they are telling us this week will be a heatwave for us as well with the humidity at an all time high.

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  21. Thankfully we have have gotten a little cooler due to recent rain. But I so feel you on this one.

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    1. Rain is and can be a blessing.......

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  22. I wish we could do an exchange. A bit of our UK cool for some of your heat. It's cold and rainy here in the UK. We are still waiting for summer! I hope some cool comes your way soon and some heat makes its way over here.

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    1. Thanks but it ain't coming till october! They are forecasting heatwave!!

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  23. Hahaha, this had me cracking up! It is so freaking hot, so, so, hot! I work with kids and usually we go out at 3pm for 45mins of play but we can only stay in if it's up to 100degrees. I'm like 100? how about 500? Come on!!!

    Hmm... I love me some Nelly, used to be a huge fan ;)

    How have you been? Hope life has been pretty fair? Stay blessed!

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    1. I am blessed, life has its challenges for which I am being tested though i manage to stand up, stand firm and stay mindful and hopeful

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  24. Fortunately the hot weather is over in Kochi and monsoon has started. The rains are less compared to previous years probably due to climate change, I am not sure. But the weather is pleasant all day through and very comfortable to sleep soundly at night. Don't worry your summer will pass soon
    Joseph

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    1. Namaste my friend, a monsoon you say? Oh my we are all in for it aren't we. Climate change, yes you are right, if we are not careful we will destroy the very thing that sustain us.

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  25. Oh my, we are certainly experiencing the heat here too, to your West. In fact, it was so hot hear the other day that my Reese peanut butter cups turned into Reese peanut butter shooters... I drank 'em anyway. I wish I was five so I could run through the sprinkler without looking like a freak. Stay cool, or as cool as possible!!

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    1. Ouch, next time it liquifies add a little vodka, scotch or whiskey, that ought to make things interesting. Hey you never too old, so what if you look the fool, what do you care once you accomplish that which you set out to do - get cool

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  26. Well it may not have been as hot it had been in the tropics.. Thankfully it has cooled now with the monsoon winds bringing in the much needed rain and relief. Have a cool week!!

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    1. Oh that is good, a relief is always welcomed, yesterday we had one, a bit of cool breeze to take the bite out of the heat. I am hoping today is much of the same.

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