111 degrees is not for humans

I stopped looking at the temp for the day when it hit 111. I felt that was all my brain could handle since I am convinced that this is beyond what the human body should endure. Yes, I know it's the desert..........yes, I know I have lived here since 98. BUT IT IS WAY TO EARLY TO BE FEELING LIKE I AM LIVING IN A FURNACE!! That's one of the problems here in AZ, there are really only two seasons. Stunning and Hell. I long for my East coast Spring where things begin to turn an amazing bright green with bursts of color from the cherry trees and daffodils. I miss gentle rain and the sound of wind rustling in the trees. Hot wind across cactus does not seem to make the same soothing sound. O.K., enough complaining.

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