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06 July 2011 @ 08:49 pm
To the pain.  
It's hot. Like Africa hot.

I know it's summer and I live in Texas, but every year I'm always surprised by how hot it is. This year is exceptionally hot. And because I live in Amarillo, it's windy, too. And there's a drought, so every time I step outside it's as if someone's trained a hair dryer on me. It's just gross, is what it is.

However, let me just say praise God for air conditioning. I've been sewing blankets and a quilt for a friend's baby shower, and the thought of covering up a baby with them right now makes me actually break into a sweat. (I also made a dozen kitty cat tails for Ethan's theatre camp. All that did was make me smile.)

Despite how hot it's been, I've spent the last week looking for a fall outfit to wear for this magazine interview/photoshoot I've got tomorrow morning. (The article comes out in September, so I thought wearing a sleeveless sundress wouldn't be quite right.) Do you know how hard it is to find a fall outfit when it's a BILLION degrees outside? It's almost nine o' clock in the evening right now, and it's still like the surface of the sun out there.

Anyhow, so I bought a fall dress. It's really cute. But the thought of actually putting it and a pair of boots on and then going outside makes me want to die a little.

Yet I will. Because being cute and in season is important.

Probably. A little.

You sweat for your art, is what it all boils down to.

Feel free to quote me on that.
I am:: bed
I hear:: The Princess Bride
slitherhither: snape_out_of_seasonslitherhither on July 7th, 2011 08:30 pm (UTC)
There is NOTHING like shopping for cool-weather clothing when it's broiling out to take the fun right out of clothes-shopping! That's just not right. *hmph*

It sounds hot as you-know-where. (But wanna trade for my 59°F, gray, and drizzly so I can take my kids flippin' swimming already?!?)

Also, have you seen
THIS duststorm in Phoenix? Omg times one thousand.

*hands you an iced coffee*