Today's temperature was in the 80/s, though it never got past 70 on our back porch, surrounded by trees. I sat out in the dark for quite a while just enjoying the clear sky and pleasant breeze.
I was afraid we were having a "go straight to summer, do not pass Go, do not collect $200" spring in Connecticut, that happens more often than I like.
But I looked at the Weather Channel (God bless them!) and see that after tomorrow in the 80's again, the next 10 days have highs in the low 70's and high 60's and night lows in 60's and 50's. Just right.
Our house stays cooler than you would think just from the tree cover and fans will usually do us through June before Bern puts in the AC's. (She tells me I don't know how--which may be true....)
We put a giant one in my upstairs office off the kitchen and sitting room and close the upstairs door to the hallway and it keeps downstairs really comfortable all summer. TV room and bedrooms get their own AC.
I could live with low 70's to low 50's year 'round. Which means I wouldn't live in CT.
But I like the seasons.
When I was younger people would say 'hot enough for you?" And I'd reply, "no way! And more humidity too!!!"
When I was younger, I hated the cold--a result I imagine of having grown up in Southern West Virginia in a home with no central heat.
Now, I long for moderation and like the heat less and can bear the cold better.
- Wearing a clerical collar....
- Memorial Day, long ago
- Third time: lightening bugs, fireflies, all that
- away again....
- Come on Holy Spirit....
- Kitchen Maid
- wonderful evening
- people to be 'mad' with....
- A God too small
- Something you should never do....
- Birds as a theme
- See you in a week
- Going to Ireland
- I'm an English major for God's sake...
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