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8/04/2010

Wordless Wednesday - Remember?

Remember?

 

Lest we forget and curse the heat ....


Ndinombethe

16 comments:

Jayne said...

Oh you've been over to Oz lately, Lou ? lol

Jientje said...

Ohhh yes, the lake! I remember!

And Miles To Go... said...

that shot looks so inviting as we embark on another 95 degree day!

CaraBee said...

I was just looking through my blizzard pictures the other day. It definitely gives you some perspective.

Beth F said...

Ha!!!!! Too late, I've been cursing the heat.

Emily/Randomability said...

I agree...

I can usually deal with the heat fairly well, but yesterday was suffocating!!

Piper of Love said...

Did you know that I was thinking the exact same thing yesterday? Only, it was more like 'it's SO HOT, I barely remember what winter feels like!'

Now I do.

Tara R. said...

Like a cool breath of fresh air.

The heat index was 125F here yesterday.

Heather said...

Makes me want to grab my coat and some coffee!!


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Mama Zen said...

It's 106 today, so I need the reminder!

Joyce-Anne said...

That picture is EXACTLY why I prefer summer.

Coal Miner's Granddaughter said...

I hate the heat and humidity of summer, but the dry, cold air of winter is painful on my eczema. So, even though summer makes me sweat, I appreciate that my skin doesn't hurt. :) Thanks for reminding me!

Loraine said...

I hate winter for the most part- it's just too long without leaves and bugs and general LIFE. But I really wish I could roll around in that snow right now!

PattiKen said...

Oh, yes, I remember. Lovely to look at, not so lovely to shovel.

moneythoughts said...

There is a place where it doesn't get real cold or real hot, but it will cost like hell to live there. It is called by some the Left Coast. More commonly known as California.

Bama Cheryl said...

I never curse the heat. I hate the winter and will renew my vow again this year to try to never say "winter" or "snow." Silly but it helps me cope! Give me summertime anytime! And our cold months are just as bad as Chicago's every year.