Saturday, March 22, 2014

It's all a matter of perspective

I'm sure if I lived in Minnesota or Pennsylvania or somewhere in New England I would be sick of winter too, and would be giddy thinking about all the things I was going to do outside once it got warmer.

But I don't. I live in Texas (which all things considered is a pretty good place to live).  Yesterday it hit 82 degrees here, and I broke a sweat.  Just thinking about what's to come debilitates me.

I'm Soooooo over summer.

What's that?  It's just now Spring?  Summer won't even arrive for three more months?  DOH!

Maybe I need a motor home so I can just keep moving along, chasing cool comfortable weather wherever it goes.  I suppose it's just my inner Don Quixote tilting at windmills again.



  1. 82 sounds wonderful. 90 is ok. 100 is miserable. Anything hotter is Texas.

    1. I don't really know what that means...just sounded good.

  2. You had a heatwave there. If you get 82 in spring, you know what's comng in summer.

  3. The idea of a motor home sounds great to me until I think of parking and campgrounds. Well, you'd probably have a ritzy motor home and would park it in ritzy campgrounds, right?

    Once I win the lottery (or that Nigerian Prince delivers my inheritance), I'll buy about four or five condos, strategically placed in locations with the nice weather during the correct season. You know, Colorado in the summer, Florida in the winter, etc.

  4. You could be like Walter White with your motor home and make a few bucks along the way. Can you guess we just finished watching "Breaking Bad?"

  5. Back in the day when I worked for a living....I was scheduled for Simulator ever 1st week of July in Dallas Texas at Dulles Airport. I would do another one anytime for AA. The July evaluation could not be changed and the temp always seemed to be over 100F. I would go for my walk near midnight when it was cool enough to be outside. I could never live where you do. I have a sexy cousin who lives near you and she loves hot steamy weather.