Random Quotes 88#



“I love the way that when you are so hot, so very hot, that the humidity turns you into an overall squeezed sponge, with sweat literally dribbling out of your pores, the fact that lose your breath because of the oppressiveness of its suddeness, the fact that you potentially might have a headache all day, that you can find no comfort inside and feel like a cat on a hot tin roof, the way that your t shirts turn automatically into sweat rags, that prickling sensation when huge droplets of moistened salt run down the nape of your neck after having pooled in the small crevices of your head. And let’s us not forget the flies or the lethargy – yes l do love the heat despite all of these cranky elements.”

RM Summer of 2009


β€œWhat good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness.”
― John Steinbeck

3 thoughts on “Random Quotes 88#

  1. Hey Michelle,

    Random quotes as a series, is one quote from me – things l have said over the years, and then a famous quote from someone else πŸ™‚

    So, l would be surprised if you have seen or heard the first one before, because that would mean l have a doppleganger out there πŸ™‚

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