Friday, July 02, 2010
Was so steamy out there that Karma didn't even want to sit up to eat her grass!
She just gnawed at what she could reach. Now that's too hot to move--hehe!
She used the table leg as a pillow in-between her listless grass chomping. But I didn't get a picture because she saw me with the camera and begged to come in. To hot and humid even for the heat-seeking furball Karma.
I had to take about a dozen pictures to get these. The camera wanted to just focus on the copper frame and refused to focus on the clear nose pad--hehe! Stubborn thing! And you know I have to be careful in the sunlight around all that craft paper not to start a fire with these things--ROFL!! (Sadly--these are actually thinned down or shaved, believe it nor not.)
It has almost split in half.
Well, I decided to try some super glue for now. That should last me for a while. It is just plain too dang hot and sticky to drive around in a car with no AC if I don't absolutely have to. Feels like you hit a wall when you step outside. Hard to breathe. So, I'll wait till the heat and humidity breaks.
Was on the McLap a lot again yesterday. Have my grocery order all ready to go. Caught up some online (always fun!). I did also started watching Creation about Darwin last night, but too tired to finish it. Going to finish it after I am done blogging. :)
Wind coming our way a bit more this morning, but not enough to slam the dryer vent cover--so far--knock on wood. ;) Another day in the 90's and miserable. Tomorrow is supposed to be, too--but then scattered thunderstorms are expected in the afternoon and will maybe cool it off a little. I hope it will help the humidity level to drop. Ahhh--summer in Minnesota. Ooops! I mean North Dakota. Same difference, I guess. I am only a hop and a skip over the border, after all, and am a born and bred Minnesotan. Don't know as I will ever feel like a North Dakotan? Lived in Wisconsin for seven years and still felt like a Minnesotan the whole time there, too. Minnesota will always be home to me, I guess. Nothing will change that--least of all location--ROFL!! :):)
"Deep roots are not reached by the frost."