Thursday, May 6, 2010

What's with the weather?

It is May. That is late spring or early summer. It should be warm. Last week we had a day that got up to 80. Spring! Yippe! I put on a pair of skorts and a tank top and played outside in the sun with the boys. The next day I went right out and bought water toys for the boys. It hasn't made above 62 since. Today it is 45 and raining. What the heck? Winter is supposed to be over. I am cold and yes, the radiators are all running. I am still cold. I am tired of being cold.

Thank you Germany for making it easy to pack up and leave. I was feeling sorry for myself as I worked on my consumables list. No more frozen pizza, poor me. Somehow right now frozen pizza is seeming like a good trade for year round warm weather. After all I can make pizza but I can't seem to get warm.

3 comments:

Connie said...

Being warm is one of the perks of being in the Middle East too. Jordan is in the mountains, so it does get chilly here, but not COLD. Give me 100+ temps anyday! Besides, I can't imagine any place without pizza... it might be different from what you're used to, but pizza tends to be everywhere. No tacos though :(

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Shannon said...

I hear you about the pizza. Indonesian pizza was pretty good, although since everything was halal we couldn't get pepperoni, German pizza is awful though!

I have a good recipe for both flour tortillas and taco seasoning so I just make my own tacos, although sometimes in Jakarta we had to do without the cheese on top.