Post # 1
I’m at work today, and its 90 degrees outside with about 80% humidity. Why is this a problem? The AC is broken. I have to be here until 4 (its 10:30), and the thermostat says 78 and the humidity has to be somewhere around 75%. In the office. uuuugggghhh can it be lunch yet? Rant done 😛
Post # 3
No – I don’t want fall!! Summer is my favorite time of year! I’m loving our 90+ degree weather in TX!
Sorry the AC is broken though. That does suck. Is your work something you could do from home for the day where you’ll actually have AC?
Post # 4
@Mrs.KMM: I work in a lab lol….I don’t think they would let me take measles samples home 😛
Post # 5
I will trade you! We’re JUST getting into the warm weather, which is still sometimes chilly to me… I want to be somewhere hot. *pout*
Post # 6
Um, we had a wind chill of 45 this morning and it is drizzling. I’m FREEZING. You’re welcome to swap places with me :-). I miss this Texas heat so much…Boston weather is terrible!
Post # 7
I’m in Fl, I’m 29 weeks pregnant, and our AC just broke too! My husband was upset that it cost $500 to fix, but I told him we had no choice. I’m so ready for this heat to be over with!
Post # 8
I am NOT ready for fall. Fall=Wedding and I have wayyyy to much stuff to still accomplish before that.
I am, however, ready for the day to be over so I can enjoy this lovely 75 degree day here in Upstate, NY. We don’t get many of these so dammit, I’m going to enjoy it!
Post # 9
It hasn’t even gotten hot here yet! I’m hoping for a looooooong hot summer this year!
Post # 10
Please not yet!!! I still have a little snow pile in my yard and it actually snowed Friday 5/6!
I just want some weather that doesn’t require a jacket and that I can wear my flip flops in. 🙂
Post # 11
I love fall but I am not ready for it just yet. It feels great outside at 84 today but I feel like it has taken it a while to get warm without being rainy. I am excited for fall for a few reasons though 1) My sister’s wedding is in fall 🙂 and 2) I will be closer to my own proposal 😉 which is hopefully occurring by the end of this year