And it's a bit like that at home too with routines adapted. Extra hot days means more showers taken, ceiling fans on, doors and windows open to get cross breezes, salad meals and cooking meat on the BBQ, fresh bedding and night wear after a hot humid night, lots of chilled filtered water, I wear sarongs around the house and the minimum of house work gets done! DH and I don't have a pool and we don't have airconditioning and the number of days when it is 'super' hot is a very small precentage of the whole year so we do 'survive' quite nicely.
|DH and I walked on the Redcliffe Pier|
|The view from the cafe|
|Seagulls lined up 'waiting to catch a wave' perhaps?|
A cool change has come to this part of the state so I'm now working on the myriad of jobs that need doing around the house...and in the garden.