as long as you stay inside,
I feel like in AZ we are opposite hibernators.. (is that a word?)
Okay I had to dictionary.com it.. and it is!! see below if you don't believe me...
hi·ber·nate/ˈhɪbərˌneɪt/ Show Spelled[hi-ber-neyt]
verb (used without object), -nat·ed, -nat·ing.
1. Zoology . to spend the winter in close quarters in a dormant condition, as bears and certain other animals.
2. to withdraw or be in seclusion; retire.
3. to winter in a place with a milder climate: Each winter finds us hibernating in Florida.
we are opposite hibernators, the summer months are so hot it is nearly impossible to do any
going on picnics
going to the dogpark
this summer has been milder (meaning 105° ish... as a norm)than most of the summers that i've lived here.... BUT it has been HUMID for the past month, which makes it twenty times more unbearable.
especially for this ice cream truck...