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    Power Poster sueisallaboutquilts's Avatar
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    Yes, air conditioning!!!!!!!!!! :thumbup: :thumbup:
    Without it I'd have to get my broom out and go for a ride hee hee

    But it could be worse- one of my sons lives in DC and he said it's been over 100 for several days! YIKES

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    we have had over 80 degrees for the last couple days and we livein a 130yr old farm house with no air. It hasnt been to bad so far but its just starting. Thank goodness for lots of fans.

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    i had mine going yesterday when the family was over for the holiday

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    We have been in the 90's. I hate it so hot this early in the year. Look out in August:)

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    And we are 20 degrees below normal for this time of year over here!

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    Was 98 here in central Alabama yesterday, sticky with the humidity. Turned my air on for the first time this year.

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    Cant wait for some nice warm days here!

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    Supposed to be mid 90's most of the week here in Central Va also very humid.
    Already 87 at 11:45 am.

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    our high for Sunday was 102 and wildfires all around our area, very scary day, the winds were 50 mph and up

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    It is suppose to be all of 60 today south of Seattle. I can't wait for a bit warmer weather.

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    I had mine going quite a bit yesterday, and it's supposed to be hotter today (92 - that's hot for here) and muggy. Yuck!

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    It is so hot and muggy here. But DH is a butt and refuses to put in the air conditioners until we threaten to commit mutiny on him and take over the ship!!! It is like this every year. But after it gets put in, he is like " I am glad we decided to put it in afterall." He makes me want to run away and join the circus some days.

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    Yesterday I watched the Yankees play in Oakland and it was only 60 degrees. I wanted to be there LOL

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    Our high today is only estimated at 66. I'm wearing my winter clothes. Not (yet) whining - just saying.

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    Usually its in the 80's or 90's on Memorial Day weekend in Northern California. Saw lots of boats and RV's going to Lake Shasta. It was threating rain, cold, and lots of thunder andlightening in the surrounding area this last weekend. Its just fine with me as it can get very hot here during June, July, August like 110 or higher. Thank goodness for air conditioning!

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    I am so grateful for the A/C! I know many who can't afford to turn theirs on. :(

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    89 degress today in central Indiana

    I have the blinds closed on all windows with ceiling fans on in the house and we don't need the air conditioner on, nice and comfortable in the house

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    On this side of the globe we are freezing!!!!

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    I'm here in Portland, Or. where we've had pretty much rain, rain, rain. Right now, I'd give pretty much anything to have some 80 to 90 degree days, even the humidity. We've had a few nice warm day -- maybe 2-3 in a row but that's been it.

    I think this is why a lot of Oregonian's have web feet! (LOL)

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    Out here in the desert, we've already had several 100* + days. Last week, we topped out at 106*. I'm terrified about our upcoming electric bill...may have to sell a body part to pay it!
    Like I've said, the only difference between us and a baked potato is the foil wrapper and the sour cream!
    Also, we are deep in a drought, with only 1/10th of an inch of rain this year. We ended last year at 9 inches under where we should have been, and it looks like this year may be the same.
    For all of you who are able to grow gardens...think of me fondly when you dine - all my vegetables are those pasty flavorless things from the grocery store!

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    two weeks ago, I had a portable ceramic heater behind my computer chair in the mornings to keep from freezing my legs off. Yesterday, I gave up and turned on the CA. The day before, I tried to tough it out and was useless all day, just can't take heat and humidity, so gave in and flipped the switch. Thought I could get in at least one month of low electic bills but guess that idea is flushed down.

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    I think ya all ought to share! It is up to 68 here, and raining. They are saying we will have thunderstorms later today. :XD:

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    Was awful here yesterday - hot and humid. Today it is 73, breezy, and NO humidity. It's gorgeous! It can stay like this until November, and then some snow till Christmas!

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    It's mid-afternoon, 97 and windy here in Dallas

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    Here on The Nature Coast of Florida (Gulf side, North) today was 104 at 4 pm when I started home.....short, short Spring we had.

    Please try and stay cool and inside as much as posssible!

    delma

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