And it's unusaly hot and humid over here. We beated all our previous record! We can't even do fire in our backyards or go for walks in the wood for now! We need some rain, but I dread it because the up comming pressure is going to give me a bad HA. And I'm sure we will have tunder as well!
Ah, well I'll still enjoy it because winter will be here soon!!!
Hi...I prefer to be warm then cold as the cold makes me hurt....now humidity can get excessive and a bit much, but for the most part I never really was bothered by it....I do not get out all that much, so can not say right now if the recent weather would be a bother.
@Viv-BTW I never sweat until my surgery either...I thought it was just me...lol..
I really shouldn't complain. I live in Germany and it never gets very hot. However, after weeks of barely 70's, we had a week of high 80's, plus the extreme humidity. We don't have Ac here either. Anyway, I just wanted to confirm with others, to see if that was my latest problem...
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