When i asked what was up, he noted that he had just looked at the weather forecast.
That rather stumped me, as i had looked at it earlier, and we are having a few days in a row of beautiful, clear, sunny weather. After all, when it's not raining my dryer is working, and we have to do at least 2 loads a day to keep up.
To my somewhat quizzical look, he responded, "It's going to be hot!"
This is south Louisiana. Temps in the summer reach close to 100°F sometimes, with alm0st 100% humidity.
Over the next few days, the daily high temperature will be around 70°F, with rain around the weekend and cooler temperatures after that. Hardly a heat wave.
So, should i remember this and ask him if he still thinks the winter was hot come August?
Something to consider.
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Blessing of the Waters -- Greek Orthodox Cathedral of St. Sophia, Bayswater, London, UK
Brew A Potion Day -- internet generated, no reasons given
Confederate Heroes Day -- Texas, US
Horror Novels Are Horrendous Day -- for Poe
International Circus Festival of Monte Carlo -- Monte Carlo, Monaco (through the 29th)
La Tamborrada -- San Sebastian, Spain (begins in the evening, a 24 hour drum jam session and fiesta)
Little Ricky Day -- marking the date of his arrival on "I Love Lucy"
National Popcorn Day
Nosso Senhor do Bonfim Festival (Festa do Bonfim) -- Salvador, Bahia State, Brazil (10 day Our Lord of the Happy Ending Festival)
St. Canute's Day a/k/a Knud (Patron of Denmark)
St. Henry of Uppsala's Day (Patron of the Catholic Cathedral of Helsinki)
St. Wulfstan's Day
Theophany/Epiphany -- Eastern and Oriental Orthodox Christians who still follow the Julian Calendar
Timkat -- Ethiopian Orthodox Christian (with huge, colorful festivals through the whole country)
Tin Can Day -- patented this day in 1825
Vodici -- Republic of Macedonia (Baptism of Jesus)
Women's Healthy weight Day -- to celebrate that healthy equals women of all sizes and body shapes, skinny is the not the definition!
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Junior Seau, 1969
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Robert Palmer, 1949
Paula Deen, 1947
Dolly Parton, 1946
Shelley Fabares, 1944
Janis Joplin, 1943
Michael Crawford, 1942
Phil Everly, 1939
Tippi Hedren, 1931
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Guy Madison, 1922
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The United Kingdom occupies the Cape of Good Hope, 1806
Goethe's Faust Part I premiers, 1829
Verdi's Il Trivatore preniers in Rome, 1853
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Ibsen's play The Master Builder premiers in Berlin, 1893
Georges Claude patents the neon discharge tube for use in advertising, 1915
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