Life in transition with Ray but without Rochelle, Rebecca, and Elcie. The blog title is taken from the girls' names but "roc" and "rebel" works for me too.
Wow..that is hot for you up there. I wish you lots of ice Granny.While it is hotter here...it just works different in a place everyone expects to be horribly hot. The humidity is to come avisiting up starting next week. UGH!
Well I saw today that we have a "severe weather alert" - ...HOT WEATHER EXPECTED THROUGH THE WEEKEND...is what the notice said. Well no kidding. I think we will have to stay inside and crank up the air. I hate the heat! Sending you a huge freezer that will contain your house Ann! Stay cool!
Hi Granny,Hope all is OK in your part of the world. Sounds like you have a real heat-wave happening.I'll try and send you some of our cold (blowing the air your way !!).Have a great weekend, stay cool.Take care, Meow
Gosh, hope that heat wave breaks for you soon! Drains all your energy, doesn't it!! It's cool here this morning, only 57F but supposed to get to the mid 70's...that's just the way I like it!!
thinking very cool thoughts for you all...sending cool love too...sounds like a Billie Holiday song! :)))
Hi Ann-sorry to read of your problems and health problems-I hope the drs can do something to help Ray. Take care of yourself, too.
One of the hot weather suggestions here is to soak your feet in cool (but not ice cold!)water. I guess it cools the blood circulating through your feet and legs and helps to cool the rest of your body.Couldn't hurt to try.
Hi! Thanks for the nice comment. AND, nice to meet you! I enjoyed your thoughts on LH as well! : ) Cooper
Ouch! 100 F for a few days will start driving everyone bonkers. Hope it cools down for you guys out there!
oh my that is way to hot. It is maybe 90 here today. We are having thunder storms, so that will cool us down even more. Try to stay in and don't over heat
Having just spent a week at the beach on Fla's west coast, I must admit even on the beach it wasn't that hot. Whew, your post is making me sweat and not in a good way :)
if I can just say for Ray, please try treatment from an Osteopath or Chiripractor as they can make it so that operations are not needed. medical doctors are sometimes very narrow in their thinking and non-invasive to me seems a good way to go. of course they cannot help everybody but I think surgery should be the last thing they try. I first attended an osteopath 15 years ago and no I work for a sprts chiropractor, truly they keep me going.
DROPPING from 101??? aren't YOU lucky
Ice cream sounds awfully good, doesn't it?We've some Haagen Dazs here. Mmmm...might have to crack one of those open, as it's in the 80s here for the first time all year, with zip humidity.I LOVE IT HERE! :)I reiterate everyone's sentiments with Ray. I hope they figure him out and help him to feel better soon.
try and keep cool, I'll blow some of my coolness your way--- weather in the midwest right now rocks...75 degrees right now with a nice cool north wind.
Yuck. Get a kiddie pool, fill it with bags of ice, fix yourself a drink of choice and relax. ;)
The jetstream is positioned poorly for you, but for the most part I'm enjoying it. This June is a lot more tolerable than last June in these parts. But I suppose we'll get ours before too much longer.
Hi Ann,Were suppose to be 107 tomorrow--that too hot!I can't wait till the break in the heat!I hope Ray continues to improve.Janice~
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