Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Temp swings

Hmmm, for the last 2 days I've gotten up when the clock starts with numero 5.  5:08 a.m. yesterday and 5:31 a.m. this morning. 

Maybe it's because it's hot here.  Yesterday it was 67 degrees at 6:00 a.m. in JANUARY.  By the time I drove to work it felt like it was 80 kajillion degrees.

ha!  I just checked the weather for today and it says: 

Clear - 66°F

Feels Like 66°F

A month ago it was in the early 30's at nighttime.  Cold enough to snow. (and it did).  The little mountain by my work was topped off with white stuff.  And as if yesterday it was covered in springtime green fuzz.

Mother Nature has changed her dress from rocky beige to fuzzy green.  In the span of about 2 wks.  

The change in temps have made every office enviroment a sauna in the afternoon.  The heater comes on at noonish because it's 80+ degrees but everyone is geared up in wintery clothes.  Someone turns the air on and by 4 when the sun is going down the office turns wintery cold.  

It's enough to make you think you're hotflashing when you aren't.

Speaking of which, I haven't had any hot flashes in a couple of months now.  I so appreciate the normalization of my internal guage. No headaches and no nausea either.  So any crankiness is just normal crankiness.  Yay.

Ok, must get dressed for work. 


Donita Curioso said...

I think it's wonderful that you're feeling better. Maybe you're just allergic to winter.

Yes, this weather is weird, isn't it? I had the house wide open today and it just felt wrong. I hope we're not finished with the rain. We need it and I don't want to have to pay to water my lawn. Not this soon, anyway.

VO said...

I saw that Winnipeg was at minus 47 that is weird, who can live like that?

Yes, this summer weather in Jan is way off the charts weird.

I think I might be allergic to summer now.

I'm sure you've noticed we DON'T water, thats why we have dirt and no grass.

Donita Curioso said...

You can get away with that on your street. You guys are still kind of countrified. I have to at least keep my front yard green. The back yard on the other hand...

VO said...

Well, we're the countrified folks, others on our street have very nice yards (and bitch about those who don't). Mostly we're well liked so mostly they look past it.