We have once again entered the danger zone with our heat. The large thermostat on the side of a downtown building blinked 100 degrees on my way home. While not nearly that hot in the country, the humidity is just as high... if not more so when one lives
My friend, BB (aka: Busy Bee), was the person who informed me diabetics do not handle heat at all. I was wondering why I used to be able to go through a summer hardly noticing hot days and suddenly feeling faint when the temperatures reached 90 (sometimes less). Her husband's father and brother are both Type 1 diabetics who have challenges when they visit her family on the Gulf coast of Texas. Sigh... live and learn.
I will make certain to pick green beans, weed, and water the garden early in the morning before the humidity gets together with the heat and decide to have a party. Normally it is late August before I begin to long for sweater weather and stop dreading the icy grip of winter. This year... bring it on.
I had to look at the calendar to see what day it is. I knew my birthday was this week but I was not certain of the day. Oh, my... it is tomorrow! This summer has passed so quickly. Christopher moves out in a little over a week and classes start a week later. Tempus is definitely fugiting around this place. ;)
Picture: Just to cool you down. Robert Duncan is one of my favorite artists.