It's not so much the heat as the humidity. c.c If the humidity were lower up here in Providence, I'd be comfortable even in most of the 80s range, since the sweat would actually evaporate and dissipate some heat instead of just turning me into a slimy slug. Bleh! Living at sea level sucks.
I also desire the Winter to return but it probably won't happen for months because of all the other WIMPS in this state who bitched & moaned about it hitting the 30's during the Winter AT NIGHT. Plus that it magically somehow lasted into March. I have never witnessed such a big bunch of thin blooded WEATHER WUSSES in my entire life.
At least if you're COLD you can just keep putting more clothes on!
I'm tired of paying extra high power bills for the air conditioning. ;___; In the winter time, I never have to bother running the heat cause it feels so good with all the cold air and wearing warm clothes. I only run the heat when we have ice storms!
I don't mind the snow, but I also don't drive. That said, hiking down to the bus stop, then hiking from the following bus stop to the train station, then from the green line to my hall on campus will be a bitch in the ice and snow. Especially in business shoes. Shhhyeah. I'm getting a cane now to save myself the trouble.
I've taught a few people here to drive in it. It's hard, though, for two reasons. a) Atlanta doesn't see much in the way of snow, and b) I'm currently unlicensed. This past winter was great for it, though.
The post wasn't directed at you, moreso than it was directed at my ire for morons in general.
Mmmm, I love Fall and winter. I was happy when we ended up not really having Spring and went from Winter to Summer, with Spring being replaced by more Winter. However, up here in WA, it's generally pretty good, only occasionally spiking into the 90's. But that's why you have air conditioning ^^