Ice cream!

Jun. 26th, 2013 09:46 pm
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Hey it doesn't keep me from melting into a sweaty puddle in my apartment, but it does help cool me down a bit. 
snowywolfowl: (Owl face)
After all, nothing says "Summer" like a snowstorm in May!

*grumble*
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Yeah, I know. It's an absolutely ridiculous made up holiday but if it brings anyone joy and happiness, than it's all good!

And in weather news my apartment's temperature is reminding me of Chennai. Are we also going to get a hot summer to go with that rather nasty winter? Me has to wonder if it be so.
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So far we've had three days of torrential rain, then torrential freezing rain/hail, and now we are into big wet sloppy snowflakes. I really felt we were in for a big winter this year, but this is still a bit ahead of schedule.

And people wonder why our Halloween costumes usually incorporate a parka in the design. Oh well, at least its good for the water table.
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There is no substitute for Mom's home cooking. The Thanksgiving ham was delicious. 

And as a nice bonus my freezer is full of good eats for the next couple of weeks or so.

As a not so nice bonus, brace yourselves, winter is coming.
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There was snow mixed into the rain today. With the way the leaves are falling early I think this could be a harsh winter.

And in other words, Happy Thanksgiving!
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It's hot. I'm melting. No change in temperature expected anytime soon.

I've got multiple fans going but all they do is just blow hot air around. They don't cool anything.
snowywolfowl: (Default)
It's hot. I'm melting. No change in temperature expected anytime soon.

I've got multiple fans going but all they do is just blow hot air around. They don't cool anything.
snowywolfowl: (Default)
Let it stop. Please.

Note to Mother Nature. Winter is over. Adjust behaviour accordingly, now.
snowywolfowl: (Default)
Let it stop. Please.

Note to Mother Nature. Winter is over. Adjust behaviour accordingly, now.
snowywolfowl: (Default)
Let it stop. Please.

Note to Mother Nature. Winter is over. Adjust behaviour accordingly, now.
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I'm back from my Mom's place and am currently enjoying near sweater weather here. It's so nice in fact I've got all the windows open to air out the place. Bring the Spring, I say!

In other news I've got nothing April Fools wise. Sorry to disappoint, everyone.

Have a good day!
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I'm back from my Mom's place and am currently enjoying near sweater weather here. It's so nice in fact I've got all the windows open to air out the place. Bring the Spring, I say!

In other news I've got nothing April Fools wise. Sorry to disappoint, everyone.

Have a good day!
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I'm back from my Mom's place and am currently enjoying near sweater weather here. It's so nice in fact I've got all the windows open to air out the place. Bring the Spring, I say!

In other news I've got nothing April Fools wise. Sorry to disappoint, everyone.

Have a good day!
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When I was coming back from a job interview today I heard the sweet sound of the one bird that always foretells spring here.

Yes people the CL-415s are in the air. Winter's over! Bring on the forest fire season!

snowywolfowl: (Default)
When I was coming back from a job interview today I heard the sweet sound of the one bird that always foretells spring here.

Yes people the CL-415s are in the air. Winter's over! Bring on the forest fire season!

snowywolfowl: (Default)
When I was coming back from a job interview today I heard the sweet sound of the one bird that always foretells spring here.

Yes people the CL-415s are in the air. Winter's over! Bring on the forest fire season!

snowywolfowl: (Default)

Apparently not everyone survived that huge snowstorm that shut down Sarnia. One unfortunate person was found frozen to death in a field.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/windsor/story/2010/12/16/wdr-sarnia-thursday.html

As the article says they aren't sure if he was stuck and trying to escape or just trying to help others. That being said if you are in an area with winter conditions make sure you have

- two bags of kitty litter in your trunk
-  a small shovel
-  a sleeping bag or really warm blanket
 - a candle w/matchs and/or lighter
-  some granola or chocolate bars
-  some bottled water
- gloves, tuque, and a scarf

And if you do get stranded and you can't see a house or building you can go to for God's sake don't leave your car. Just because you can see lights doesn't mean its shelter. At night or in a heavy snowstorm you won't be able to identify what's making the light if its far away. 

Lastly, be careful running your engine if you end up trapped in drifts. Clogged exhaust pipes cause CO poisoning.


Condolences to the family. RIP.
snowywolfowl: (Default)

Apparently not everyone survived that huge snowstorm that shut down Sarnia. One unfortunate person was found frozen to death in a field.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/windsor/story/2010/12/16/wdr-sarnia-thursday.html

As the article says they aren't sure if he was stuck and trying to escape or just trying to help others. That being said if you are in an area with winter conditions make sure you have

- two bags of kitty litter in your trunk
-  a small shovel
-  a sleeping bag or really warm blanket
 - a candle w/matchs and/or lighter
-  some granola or chocolate bars
-  some bottled water
- gloves, tuque, and a scarf

And if you do get stranded and you can't see a house or building you can go to for God's sake don't leave your car. Just because you can see lights doesn't mean its shelter. At night or in a heavy snowstorm you won't be able to identify what's making the light if its far away. 

Lastly, be careful running your engine if you end up trapped in drifts. Clogged exhaust pipes cause CO poisoning.


Condolences to the family. RIP.
snowywolfowl: (Default)

Apparently not everyone survived that huge snowstorm that shut down Sarnia. One unfortunate person was found frozen to death in a field.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/windsor/story/2010/12/16/wdr-sarnia-thursday.html

As the article says they aren't sure if he was stuck and trying to escape or just trying to help others. That being said if you are in an area with winter conditions make sure you have

- two bags of kitty litter in your trunk
-  a small shovel
-  a sleeping bag or really warm blanket
 - a candle w/matchs and/or lighter
-  some granola or chocolate bars
-  some bottled water
- gloves, tuque, and a scarf

And if you do get stranded and you can't see a house or building you can go to for God's sake don't leave your car. Just because you can see lights doesn't mean its shelter. At night or in a heavy snowstorm you won't be able to identify what's making the light if its far away. 

Lastly, be careful running your engine if you end up trapped in drifts. Clogged exhaust pipes cause CO poisoning.


Condolences to the family. RIP.

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