Saturday, November 12, 2005

Hot as Hades . . and I love it!

Today Iso T-Stormshi 82°F - lo 62°F
TomorrowP M T-Stormshi 82°F - lo 62°F
This is today and tomorrow's forecasts for my part of the world. I know, most of you are thinking that is crazy hot for the middle of November. But I LOVE it! I cannot stand cold weather . . at all. The only time I like snow is when I'm visiting it and can choose to leave it. Or maybe the one time every 2 or 3 years that is snows here and I have to run out and snap a picture of it before it melts in 10 minutes. Weird . . maybe, but that's why I live down south.
Today we spent a lot of time outdoors. . . played in the yard a while, went to a birthday party at the local park and the kids had a chance to play on the playground a while. Then back home for more backyard playing and an LSU game barbecue. I could take weather like this all winter long and love it!
No snow men for me . . maybe just sweat men. Ugh.

8 comments:

Krisco said...

That sounds great!

Ricky!!! said...

Thanks for taking time out to read my blog. Kenny Chesney was good. It was his first performance with his hurt leg at the Rodeo.
I love LSU, grew up in New Orleans. There were a lot of LSU folks in Houston this weekend for some reason.

chesneygirl said...

You know it's not very nice to flaunt and gush about the hot weather to those of us in the north. If it continues, i'll be force to never read this blog again!

;)

Sarah said...

Oh man, lucky you. I am not looking forward to the cold weather coming here in Chicago. Can I come live with you?

mothergoosemouse said...

While it's not in the 80s here in CO, it's a lot milder than most people would expect. I'm not ready to move down south, but I definitely prefer the weather here to the weather back east.

MarkD60 said...

Down here they're building igloos!

beki said...

Blech! I HATE it. I feel like I'm about to melt. I spent the whole weekend indoors in the cool AC.

Cindy N. said...

I agree with Beki! I want cool/cold weather, sitting by the fire in the fireplace. I plan to spend one winter in Canada after retirement, so I can see REAL cold weather and REAL snow! You just need to wear long underwear year round!