Because it a dry heat, I would like to be shopping for Phoenix New Homes. If they continue to pay me for links, after 563 more posts I might be able to afford a down payment.
When we left Boston, earlier this week, where it was 58 degrees, cloudy, and windy, I actually thought getting back home, where it was 80 and partly sunny would be welcome.
Wrong foggy-glasses face.
Stepping into the humidity isn’t the same as being warm. I was as uncomfortable here as there.
Now the temp and humidity are climbing even higher.
I’m not really complaining, I just need to get 200 words so the people that build those “semi-custom luxury homes” will be happy.
Here are some humidity one liners I hadn’t heard before… humidity:
- is looking for air and finding water
- humidity contains everything from H to O
- is saved up in cloud banks
How about some Phoenix dry heat one liners?
- You can say 110 degrees without fainting
- You realize that asphalt has a liquid state
- You can drive your car with 2 fingers
This is true: I was dragging a suitcase across a parking lot in Phoenix and it kept getting harder and harder to wheel. I looked back and the hard plastic wheels were getting spongy from the heat and I was leaving tire tracks in the hot asphalt.
It’s not my fault, it’s the asphalt.