I swore I wouldn’t be one of those people, but…

November 20, 2007 at 7:40 pm 2 comments

I swore I wouldn’t be one of those people who called/emailed my Michigan friends to tell them how warm it is here and how much it must suck to be up in the great white north. (Obviously this happened to Ricardo and I on many an occasion.)

However, It is 2 days before Thanksgiving and it is 75 degrees outside. Its hard to get in the spirit of Thanksgiving and other holidays when it is this warm outside.

When we went pumpkin shopping back in October, it was 87 degrees out.

Maybe I’ll take the Michigan weather October through December, after that you can keep it.

I haven’t even bought the kids winter coats yet. Maybe I can hold off until they go on clearance after Christmas. I could just layer them up with a bunch of sweatshirts and a hat. (That’s a joke. Keep your comments to yourselves.)

Keep in mind that it is going to be a high of 40 something on Thanksgiving with a chance for a flurry here or there.

Entry filed under: Random.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. hotomom  |  November 21, 2007 at 4:54 am

    Welcome to Saint Lou!!! If you don’t like the weather wait an hour or two.

  • 2. 7brosandsisses  |  November 24, 2007 at 4:51 am

    I live in Brazil, and I did that to my friends in Canada. I heard it snowed and I called them up to tell them how things were going, and what I was going to do that day (tennis, swimming, going out with my new friends for ice cream…). I definitly know how you feel about getting in the mood for winter holidays. Here (and in Canada too) they have Christmas songs playing everywhere you go, Santa Clauses at the malls, Christmas commercials, but it feels so strange to have Christmas without snow for the first time. And we´re going to decorate a palm tree instead of a pine tree! Ironic. Strange, strange, strange, but you´ll get used to it after a few years, as I suppose I will as well. You have a very interesting point of view on life.


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