Ick. Thanks for the lovely reminder. ;)
That certainly won't help your cough.I'll take a Seattle gray and rainy winter over a cold, snowy inversion winter any day. And, according to the forecast, the sun is supposed to be out the next few days. Unlike with an inversion, we actually get to see the sun on a "clear" (or partly cloudy) day.Get thee to Washington!
I am so glad I don't live there!! It is the wrong place.
Yeah... I would definitely take a rainy Seattle winter day over this poison. We'll be up there in a few years, hopefully!
Yes, the very wrong place indeed. Here's to your speedy move to Washington and a trip to Costa Rica in the meantime. :)
I was just listening to the radio and heard how we aren't going to be getting any fresh air relief for a few weeks, HELLO??? muggy muggy muggy-love ya weather lady!
I have a guest room with your name on it.72 degrees today, I'm going to sit out in the sun tomorrow and read my book...sorry.
Oooh! I like your new theme. You know I have a weakness for sparkles.
That's so disgusting! And one of the main reasons I decided to leave Utah. It literally makes people sick, too. Just not healthy. Can't wait to have you down here in Costa Rica for some truly fresh air.
Oh Michelle... I'm buying a plane ticket for tomorrow to come stay in your guest room. 72 degrees and reading a book outside sounds divine.@Brandon- me too!! Just a little over a month and we'll be there :D
And how about that pretty inversion layer? Were to San Francisco for the weekend. It was almost 70. Pretty foggy though.
Boo. i hope it's less than 4 months!
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