A lot of you out there are having to deal with a winter that won't go away. I know that what is usually sunny California (the centralish part) has had more wintry days in the last month and change than they did in December and January ... and I know because I was told by a chilly Minx. And when she suffers from the cold, so do I ... because she doesn't wear the nice cleavagey tops when it's cold! LOL
Anyway, I know a lot of you are dealing with snow, sleet, slush and freezing rain. Not to mention biting wind and way too cold temperatures.
I'm suffering from the opposite problem.
Yep, the days are just TOO beautiful — crystal clear blue skies, friendly tropical breezes, hot temperatures and high humidity that have you sweltering as soon as you step outside. So what's the problem (asshole, is the term I'm sure most of you would use LOL), is what you're probably thinking. Hell, that's probably the nicest train of thought — I'm sure many of you are being far more creative and vituperative with your epithets and cussing. LOL
Here's the problem: I'm missing out on all this beautiful weather because of that whole work thing. Yep, office job = not enjoying the tropical paradise outside.
I could be playing golf.
I could be at the beach, sitting in the shade and admiring the spunky, spritely Japanese office ladies prancing about in skimpy bikinis, looking for a good time on their little three- or four-day vacation.
I could be playing another round of golf.
My bedroom is nice and chilly, thanks to the air conditioner being cranked down to 64 degrees Fahrenheit ... and a fan blowing on high speed.
Step out into the kitchen to get a drink, sweltering.
Have to go to the bathroom to pinch a loaf, major sweating.
Don't you all feel sorry for me?
And just click on the weather forecast over in my sidebar: Friday weather for Guam — Partly sunny and very humid. Winds from the ENE at 10 mph. High: 85° F RealFeel: 95° F.
Random Guam Fact Of The Day:
• The record rainfall for any March on Guam is 9.3 inches. The record rainfall for one year is 131 inches.