The Heat

I’ve been meaning to write about several perfumes I tried and really liked recently but it will have to wait another day or two for the heat wave we’ve been having to pass.
I just can’t function when it’s hot, not only because my body doesn’t deal well with it, it makes me feel terribly upset as I can’t ease my suffering. The best I can do is be still and let the fan do its thing (luckily we have A/C at work but unfortunately not at home).
In case you’re wondering about the temperatures, for the fourth day in the row we’re hitting 38 degrees Celsius (we got to 39 yesterday).

I just need to be still a little longer and I’ll be fine by tomorrow.

P.S. If you’re wondering why am I using a computer when it’s so hot, I’m not, I’m testing blogger for Android phones. 🙂

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8 thoughts on “The Heat

  1. Tatiana August 26, 2012 at 08:10 Reply

    Hoping your heat wave passes quickly. Don't forget to stay hydrated. Sending wishes for cooler weather your way.

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  2. Undina August 26, 2012 at 08:22 Reply

    Wow… I hope it cools down soon. I would be suffering terribly: I hate any temperature extremes.

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  3. Michael August 26, 2012 at 19:00 Reply

    I bet you wish you could still dive in the sea, judging from the lovely holiday pics you posted a few days ago! Hope it passes soon – before you know it, you'll be shivering under a blanket of snow 😉

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  4. Ines August 27, 2012 at 09:04 Reply

    Thanks Tatiana – your wishes have been heard. We were finally treated to some rain and wind and generally cooler weather yesterday. :)And hydration is the thing on the top of my mind on these hot days – I also warn everybody around me to pay attention to how much they drink.

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  5. Ines August 27, 2012 at 09:45 Reply

    Undina, I can deal with cold but I hate extreme heat. There is just no way of dealing with it without being sequestered in an A/C environment and I'm not a fan of that.Luckily, it lessened a bit now and we aren't supposed to have another heat wave like that one (only temperatures to 30-31 degrees).

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  6. Ines August 27, 2012 at 09:47 Reply

    Oh Michael, you bet I do! 🙂 I long for it with all my heart.And the ironic thing is, it doesn't get so extremely hot at the seaside, I think the sea manages to keep the temperatures to a more survivable level (35-36).

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  7. Anonymous August 28, 2012 at 08:46 Reply

    I understand completely how you feel in a heat wave.I hope you're feeling better now and can't wait to read your new posts!-Marianthi-

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  8. Ines August 28, 2012 at 15:32 Reply

    Thanks Marianthi, I am feeling better and I hope this post-heat lethargy lifts itself soon so I'm back to my usual self. 🙂

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