Hotter Than Hell

It’s Canada Day and it’s hotter than hell. And the heat wave will continue to be for the rest of the week.

It’s so hot that my city has cancelled their outdoor activities and my cell keeps blowing out with their Tweets about extended pool hours and inviting citizens to use our libraries as cooling centers.

Mind you, us Canadians love to talk about the weather, mainly snow but now heat too.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not complaining. These past few summers, I have been making good use of the central air system I had installed. My electricity bill can attest to that.

My only wish is that there was a beach in my vicinity with natural ocean blue waves.

Oh how I miss having the sand and ocean at my door when the weather is like this…

Are you experiencing this heat wave too? What are you doing to keep cool?

M  xoxo


18 thoughts on “Hotter Than Hell

  1. Rain, rain. After 110 F in Vegas (the mid-high forties) some days feel cold when they ar like today. Sometimes it’s been hot but I guess your body adjusts and your more used to it then. If it becomes muggy here, then it will bother me. It’s a different kind of heat then.

    I imagine that’s what your experiencing so I feel for you. Next trip I think will be back to Montreal and Quebec City, the US dollar is just too high when you lose 30 cents per dollar! I’d consider Europe too, I might be a good time for Theresa the Euro is lower too, I’d think. Good to see your post 🙂

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      1. Hehe. Yeah I think might be good to wait. We can cross our fingers that in 2020, that certain US voters make wiser choices. Also, perhaps all these tariffs and embargo’s can be worked out sooner rather than later.

        I feel that the rest of the world will work around the US if their gov’t continues in this isolationist manner. It could badly effect US people and their jobs etc. Anyways, who knows it’s hard to predict how things will go next. Hoping your Vermont trip will be sooner, not later. 🇨🇦💕

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  2. The hardest thing about the heat down South is the humidity, the hot, sticky, stifling air that just doesn’t move anywhere! I went walking yesterday morning and literally could not breathe by the end of it!

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