I am sooo loving not being in 100 degree or more heat. It feels so good to be finally cooling off a bit. I think this has been the hottest dryest summer in years. How has it been i your neck of the woods?
I look forward to the leaves changing and fall/sweater weather.
I so agree with you! We had temps over 100 degrees here in June/July.
Thank goodness for AC. I love cooler weather, it is easier to go hiking and I can enjoy my favorite books to read in my comfy pj's. Great topic.
Passing some hot chocolate.... have marshmellows?
I love the fall!!! The fresh breeze feels so great - open windows - yuppie!!
I love fall, and appreciate the drop in the humidity and temps, but I don't look forward to winter's cold.
by Saadia A 7 years ago
What is your favorite time of the year for which you always look forward to?
by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS 4 years ago
If you have been watching the Weather Channel or your local weather station; you will realize that some of us have been experiencing phenomenal weather conditions. I heard that the wind chill factor in one city was 74- which is basically unheard of in the lower 48 states. It seems as if every...
by blatva 9 years ago
And im in shorts ^^ Take that Cold Indiana Weather! I'ma Californian O:<How cold is it where you are?
by bulmers94 18 months ago
How do you keep warm in a tent in cold weather? (whilst sleeping/resting)After all my years of camping, this still baffles me, and every night spent camping I lay cold in my sleeping bag until the morning, where I am still cold, any help?!
by Jill Kostowskie 8 years ago
How does the winter make you feel?For myself the winter offers a sense of calmness. I love the cold and the snow!!! I always feel that is seems more quiet and peaceful when there is snow on the ground. I would take winter over summer always!!!!
by Rhonda D Johnson 6 years ago
How does a hot body produce cold sweat?When our bodies are over heated they produce sweat to cool off. Since the sweat comes from inside our bodies, how can it be cold?
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