Sunday, June 28, 2009

105 what to do

Well it has been triple digits now for a while, triple digit humidity too(hello I don't live in Sudan) God Bless our Soldiers that pull duty in the desert with 70 pounds of I can moan to ya'll about being a lil hot...(it's late and it is still 95) we haven't had rain here in over a month, at least not in my yard. Just heard there is an area of disturbance about to come in to the Gulf.. and may require attention...WTF don't start with me! that scooper is from the 60's I got it from my mama
cherry on top please a special one too
I will share com'on over


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Chagall said...

Hi! I am from Malaysia. Just dropped by to say Hi! Wow! I love ice-cream! Seriously! My name is Ace - pronounced as Are-Chair. :D

Hit 40 said...

I knew that it was hot in the south! However, I did not know about the lack of rain. How awful!!! I lost a few junky white pines that belong to the city park out back after our spat or hot dry weather last August.

I checked my favorite radar

No rain coming yet :-( I will keep my fingers crossed for you.

otin said...

Just another blogger for me to visit! I actually go there sometimes!!! Don't be shocked when I knock! :)

Tabitha@ichoosebliss said...

Dar, yesterday here in san antonio it was 110. I had been in the car for 10 minutes and began to feel sick to my stomach. Can I have some ice cream puhleeease? :)

Kathy said...

I can't eat anything until after my little procedure tomorrow, and seeing that is just, well damn cruel. I need to stop looking now. LOL It looks wonderful!!

Gaston Studio said...

Hey Dar, sorry you haven't had rain in your part of the south, we've had quite a bit here, thankfully, and the humidity is very high.

Love certain kinds of blue bell ice cream! Enjoy.


Mary Ellen said...

Hope your central air is pumping efficiently. I wimp out in the 90s. We've had a reprieve for now with 70-80s. But remember the north has 30+% winter and a teeny[tiny spring. (And a lot of 'snowbirds' who pack up and head south around late October.)

Pseudonymous High School Teacher said...

I want some of that...

Michel said...

I'm on my way!!! I adore Icecream! And where did you get that cherry!?!?

darsden said...

Chagall-Com'on in love to visit with you and I really appreciate you signing up on the side bar over ther com'on back any time :-))

Hit40-here I thought we were like :><: yep no rain in our forecast, unless it turns into a hurricane!

otin-that would be O'tay :-))

Tabitha-I know honey you have it like we do and you sure can have some :-))

Kathy-so sorry good luck intentions were to drive Michel totally crazy..LOL

Gaston Studio-none it's like there is a huge umbrella over us it will rain a block away but over a month here! I didn't know I like this kind till fathers day, my first time for it...not bad, just can't have too much ;-)

Mary Ellen-it is doing all it is a window unit, I live in a shed..all it can do. I won't mention the upstairs where I sleep is 20 degrees hotter...nope not going to mention that. ;-)

PHST-Help your self please com'on in and have some with me.

Michel-here I thought you would be sooo jealous...LOL I made those cherries :-)) they are like totally awesome if I do say so can also go ask Pearl she knows too! :-)) she doesn't live in the desert!

Becky said... right there!
Don't let it melt!!!

Suzy said...

My parents had a scooper like that but when I moved to LA I got one with the little thing that goes under the icecream and actually scoops it OUT.

Smart Mouth Broad said...

You're killing me, Dar! I'm trying to stay in the DAMN ZONE now. I have such scooper envy! *sigh*

Tatersmama said...

Wow... Blue Bell Ice Cream! *sobbing*
It's freezing here, but I would never turn my nose up at a bowl of Blue Bell ice cream!

Keep cool, girl!

Pastor Sharon said...

Icescream, youscream, we all scream for ice cream! Yea!!!!!1