No Celery Please – NYC Edition!

Stupid tilting of the earth on its axis

Posted in Uncategorized by noceleryplease on July 10, 2007

Ah July. The month when I start wishing I lived ANYWHERE ELSE but in the steambath that is my particular little corner of the southeastern United States.

Seriously. San Francisco, for example, is always 75 degrees and foggy. I could live there. The high ther today? Even with the rest of the west baking in 100 degree heat…. 69. Yeah. San Francisco, baby!

Or, yeah, let’s see… North dakota is looking pretty good right now. (I could never survive the winter there, though).

There are a lot of months that I actually enjoy living where I do. July and August are not among them.


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  1. Al said,

    It’s actually going too be in the 90s here in latteland for the next couple of days. We are not used to that kind of weather up here. At least we know it won’t last more than a couple of days.

  2. rennratt said,

    …which would be precisely why I am flying to the Northeast for a week. Average temps there at night? 55-60.

    During the day? 70-80.

    Granted, there are mosquitos by the gallon…

  3. ~**Dawn**~ said,

    Amen to that. The last two mornings where I am have actually been more comfortable. Low 70s instead of high. And only getting up to 90. We’ll be back up to 95 by the end of the week though. At least the predictable summer afternoon thunderstorms have become consistent. I think that’s what helps the mornings be a little better. It’s worth it to live through this though, in exchange for comfortable winters. 😉

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