[Homestead] Real History & Change - for me, anyway
lurine at com-pair.net
Tue Jan 20 14:01:12 EST 2009
Sure you do, Bob. <g> You just don't notice. You sure will if you move
somewhere that is colder! We have 110 and up days from about July 1 through
Sept. I don't "do" heat well at all (heat stroke, sun stroke, etc.) but
have adjusted. DH thought the same as you until we spent some time during
the summer back at the coast. Then he thought he was freezing, something he
had never complained of when we lived at the coast.
Kidlet #5, was in Iraq, and he is like me with the heat. He stopped
noticing it after about the first 6 weeks (I think he said 6 weeks). I
don't mean he totally didn't notice the heat, just that he wasn't feeling
the "pain" of all that heat but grew accustomed to having that much heat.
----- Original Message -----
From: "bobf" <bobford79 at yahoo.com>
To: <homestead at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Tuesday, January 20, 2009 6:55 AM
Subject: Re: [Homestead] Real History & Change - for me, anyway
> Wow, the weather conditions that you and Frank and Susan Jane talk about
> are just scary. people say that you get use to the 'dry heat' in the
> Phoenix summers, you don't -- no one ever becomes accustommed to 120
> degrees; just like I imagine you never really become accustommed to that
> kind of cold. You just live with it. I hope it warms up for you and you
> have a sun-shiny, if not comfortable, day............
> --- On Tue, 1/20/09, Lynn Wigglesworth <lynnw1366 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> . Maybe things will look brighter to me when it isn't 3 degrees outside.
>> Lynn Wigglesworth
>> Tioga Co. PA
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