Happy Canada Day!

I shall celebrate by having a swim lesson and playing Civ with Wil, when he gets home from work.

It’s been very hot here the last few days. I’ve been miserable, physically. If you know me at all, you know I start wilting at anything above 76 degrees. 74 is my preference. Add to the heat complications due to having what appears to be a fully functional set of female reproductive organs, if you know what I mean, and you’ve got a cranky girl.

I realize my complaints about the weather would probably make other parts of Canada and the US laugh. They are dealing with weather in the 100’s. Or in the 30’s, if that’s your unit of measurement. I think we got up to 90? I’m not sure. I didn’t want to know, so I didn’t look.

But today? Today is awesome! What a gorgeous Canada Day here in the greater Vancouver region. It feels like low to mid 70’s, with a delicious breeze. Not a cloud in the sky. Lovely.

I don’t know why I blog about the weather. I always feel shallow when I blog about the weather. It’s small talk blogging. Mostly I just wanted to say Happy Canada Day to my Canadian friends. And my American friends, as well. You can join in the celebrating of Canada. Consider it a warm up to the 4th.


4 thoughts on “Happy Canada Day!

  1. The weather can be very important, especially when it is extreme for the location. It being in the 90s in Seattle is something to talk about! And damn if I am right there with you on the wilting. Give me 75 degrees and a breeze, please.

  2. Tara says:

    Damn the side effects of having female reproductive organs.
    I wish “wilting” was how I could describe the heat down here. It’s much more like “sweltering.” Nothing like a heat index of 103 and 85% humidity to cleanse the pores. :-\
    Bring on the fall!!!

  3. Vanwall says:

    We actually had an informal Canada Day down here in Dago at work – for one minute, everybody in the office said ‘eh’ after every sentence. We’re strange like that. 😉

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