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olamae61
Oct 12, 2017
It looks to eat on a cold morning!
orinoco
Aug 3, 2017
Too hot for oatmeal here, we're looking at temperatures of 40-41șC this weekend. The dog days of August, you bet.
aussiesapphire
Aug 3, 2017
That's warm temps - stay cool Orinoco. Hugs.
sunsetsky
Aug 3, 2017
That is hot! We are reaching temperatures of 30 - 34 C with the humidity the last few days.
mamag15
Aug 3, 2017
Hot here too in Va. Stay cool.
trynfindit
Aug 3, 2017
We've been in the 90sF here. Yuk. I hibernate in the summertime.
Rozina1010
Aug 3, 2017
We had it all yesterday: oppressive humidity, a monsoon type thunder and lightning storm and inches of rain in minutes. It is still humid today.
nlbuchanan
Aug 3, 2017
Just did the conversion, Orinoco, and it is running pretty close to the same here in Northern California. You are at 104 - 105 F and right now (1:30 P.M.) we are at 102 F. No matter how you say it, "Caliente" or "Hot", it isn't my favorite temperature. In Spain do they say caliente or is that just Mexico?
aussiesapphire
Aug 3, 2017
And I am almost shivering this morning. Have had my shower which warmed me up and need to put a cardigan or sweater on as the warmth of the shower is wearing off. We are at the point where it is cool in the morning but warms up during the day and then cools down again at night. Hugs to all of you.
orinoco
Aug 4, 2017
NLBuchanan, here we say "hace calor" for weather and "estĂĄ caliente" for soup. Today we're looking at 40-41ÂșC. Sure wish I could visit AS. I always say if I win the Euromillion lottery I'll have a house in France and a house in Oz or NZ, and just fly from autumn to autumn, and never see summer again!! I think if I moved somewhere like the north of France it would take at least 10 years to get tired of cold, rainy weather!
nlbuchanan
Aug 4, 2017
Orinoco, thank you for the "real" Spanish lesson. What little I have learned has been Mexican Spanish and I have no idea how different they might be.
orinoco
Aug 5, 2017
You're okay with verbs between the two countries. It's the nouns that can get you in trouble! ;)
nlbuchanan
Aug 5, 2017
Ah, but it is the verbs I have always had trouble with. Guess I'd really have problems in Spain. Don't think I'll ever make it over there anyway so it really does not matter.
retirenow14
Aug 7, 2017
The heat we are experiencing in 2017 is incredibly dangerous. Especially for older adults or those with compromised immune systems. Even though the temperatures are not as high as those that much of the USA and some of the world are experiencing, they are above average on some days. People in NY are often shortening the time they spend outside in direct sunlight. Summer is not what it was decades ago in my youth.
debbie8327
Aug 5, 2017
Not an oatmeal person
KwkClkrSwkr68
Aug 3, 2017
When it gets back into the 70s, then I'll consider hot oatmeal. Right now, we're enduring the upper 90s.
mamag15
Aug 3, 2017
Same here in Va. Very high humidity too. It is bad for husband's COPD and asthma.
trynfindit
Aug 3, 2017
And my hubby's MS.
BayGrannie
Aug 3, 2017
And my husband's asthma
mamag15
Aug 4, 2017
It is not good weather all around. Trynfindit, my sister also has MS and this weather is not good for her either. Asthma sufferers are struggling as well. We could use a reprieve from this heat and humidity. I do not look forward to cold weather either. I like the fall where the weather is cool, dry, and comfortable.
Honeybeez
Aug 4, 2017
Not a big fan of oatmeal unless it is disguised as oatmeal bread!
Barbaranne
Aug 4, 2017
Dislike porridge or oatmeal.
Off to hospital to see what the Prof has to say about the skin graft.
God bless.
vmarie
Aug 3, 2017
Oatmeal reminds me of the hot breakfasts while growing up in Michigan winters. Usually had it with a piece of buttered toast on the side. There was butter on the cereal too, as seems to be depicted in this image.

I had a maternal aunt named Emile. She played guitar in an all-women band along with my mother and two other aunts, all sisters. They played every Friday and Saturday night for the customers seeking a good drink to face the cold and to have their spirits lifted by the music, which was mostly country-western and polkas. One frequenter of the bar was a neighbor, who remarked that the nickname for my aunt Emile was "Oatmeal! "

My childhood nickname was "Cookie, " but my aunt's nickname took the cake!

Blessings!
aussiesapphire
Aug 3, 2017
Should get back to eating oatmeal, much better for me than the other cereal I have chosen to eat.

QUOTES - The best contraceptive for old people is nudity.
PHYLLIS DILLER [ Aussie note: that is if you have a figure like mine heheheh)

"A jester unemployed is nobody's fool! "
– Danny Kaye
END

Good night and God bless. Hugs.
aknan
Aug 3, 2017
Right on, Phyllis! Seems like everything sags, bags or wrinkles at my age. Hugs, aussie!
aussiesapphire
Aug 3, 2017
Hahahaha - love your comment aknan. Loving hugs to you and R.
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