Monday, December 22, 2008

deep freeze

(today's weather map courtesy of American Digest)
I happily used not one, but two...yes, two styrofoam coffee cups today, hoping I'd increase the size of my carbon footprint. Every little bit helps, because you know, I'm determined to have a tropical Christmas next year - bikinis and mojitos and warm breezes - right in my own back yard.

Come on, global warming! Can't come soon enough.

11 comments:

Rick R said...

And we will expect PICTURES of you in the bikini next year!

Mike W. said...

NEVER mention the word bikini....

Anyway, how far below 0 did it get in Willoughby? This is too damn cold for me. 12 degrees this morning and windy made the metal in my face hurt.

Joseph said...

Yes, Breda bikini pics, for sure!!!

But wait a few months. Being an ice sculpture is so cold!!

WV: Brabless

aepilot_jim said...

Funny you should mention a tropical christmas... Here in the Bahamas it's always a tropical christmas. Yeah, that's the way I roll, don't be hatin'

Lydia said...

do you even own a bikini?

reflectoscope said...

Try -35 with a heater fan that doesn't want to play... ;)

Robert said...

Just ran the deercams in the near dark and 31 here in your Smith County, Texas. No wind, so it was pleasant. US Army long undermawears and a suppressed AR, plus flashlight because it was so dang late!

You shouldn't be tantalizing the mob with bikini talk. There will be riot and clamor.

Haji said...

Boy, some of you guys are really having some winter already! It was supposed to be single digit temps here in Western KY today, but I didn't think it was as cold as it was said to be. Still made the fingers numb quick, though. Stay safe if you can't move to where its not so cold!

FTNuke said...

I don't suppose I'd get any sympathy by complaining about the weather here in Hawaii, huh? I mean, it was a little cloudy today, and I actually had to put the doors back on my Jeep since it has been raining a little. It is definitely still bikini weather, however.

Jay G said...

7ºF this morning. And it felt warm because the wind wasn't blowing...

B Smith said...

lol. Yeah, it was cold. The ground was frozen. And I still went out to fetch the paper in bare feet. they don't call me 'Snowman' for nothing, I guess.