Saturday, August 23, 2008


Summer is gone. NYAH NYAH NYAH!!!!!!!

It's cold out. Too cold to have the windows open and the fans blowing.


Current temp 53*F/12*C with a high tomorrow of 76*F/24*C.

Now comes the season of snuggly blankets and warm cozy shirts. YAY FALL AND WINTER!!!!!!!


Traceytreasure said...

You can have Fall and Winter! I want my Summer back! I didn't even get a decent tan this year. Maybe I'll live longer?
Warm snuggly hugs!!

Anonymous said...

Yeah, winter is nearly gone, no more cold mornings.

I hope you find someone to be warm and snugly with.
(by the looks of your "just one" post I'm thinking you need it)

Thump Thump Eyes said...

Your summer didnt seem to last very long....

Our winter is still humming along, pretty cold at night and in the early mornings but then mostly beautiful sunny days around 20 degrees, last week we even had a spate of 24 degree days...mmmm nice.

This is my favourite time of year, not too cold and not too hot, before we know it we'll be back up into the high 30's so I usually make the most of being cold and chilly :)

Joe said...

The forecast for the campsite today was in the mid to high 90's. With the famous Delta Breeze. I've not worn long pants in a while and outside of wearing them while riding the scooter, I'll be enjoying the short pant weather until November. Besides, when you've got nice legs like mine, they need to be seen.

Fiery said...

Joe- any chance of putting in a request for you knobbly knees to make an appearance on your blog?

OR you can email me a pic of your knees, I'll take one of mine and we can let people guess whose is whose. *snerk*

Heck, we could even get submissions from other blogger friends and have a "Name Those Knees" contest. Could become all the rage.

Harry Nads said...

We nearly reached 100F yesterday. We had a cold front come through today, so its a chilly 93F now.

Fiery said...

Jeez Louise Nads, and you without your muff.

I'll bet you could email me a pic of your knees in that heat and people would know them by the rosy blush on the knobbly bit.