Letters from a Hill Farm
Ha,Ha! Totally agree with Mrs.Bale! Hot here near Philly too. Whew!Mary
It is so intense for us because we don't have air-conditioning. Honestly, it felt like I was melting away. Nice and cool, now.
It's an odd day when the temps at your house and mine are much the same. Ha! Happily, yours won't stay long I suspect. Mine are just beginning.
They sure didn't stay long. By 10 pm, back to normal. Thank goodness.
That's crazy! (The temperature -- not Mrs Bale, who is perfectly right to be shocked.) Down here on the Canal it's high 80s-90s too, but it is supposed to be.
You're right. That's the difference - "supposed to be." All better now. Nice and cool. Ahhhh.
Haha! I always enjoy Mrs. Bale. We had 80+ yesterday and today, but, temps are dropping and should be in the 40's by morning.
You're colder than us this morning. It's around 60 here. Weather is endlessly fascinating, isn't it?!
Nan, India is going through its annual scorching summer months with many towns and cities regularly hitting 110F (43C) to 120F (48C), not to mention the high humidity levels.
I must keep this in mind when I am dreaming of living in India!
Crazy heat for this time of year.
It is! But it came and went very quickly. It's incredible how much more alive I feel today.
Love Mrs Bale to bits! Cheers from Carole's Chatter
I do, too!
Dear Mrs Bale, golden television. I LOVE your header Nan, I don't have a lilac here and I love it so much so thank you for sharing yours.
It really is 'golden television.' I can't count how many times I've watched it. I'm glad you like the lilac. Wish I could send you the smell, too!
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