This weekend is supposed to be hot. Steaming vortex in the sun’s core hot. Do not cross the streams hot. They are predicting temperatures upwards of ONE HUNDRED degrees Fahrenheit (that is 38 degrees Celsius, for you metric fans) for the next few days, with Tuesday maybe maxing out at 108 degrees. Now, I’m not going to go around flailing my arms around and screaming global warming, because it apparently has been this hot in June before. But lordy, that’s hot.
Our plan is to hunker down over the weekend. My husband rented some movies (and a video game) and we are hoping that the increased demand for power doesn’t exceed the PPC’s limitations. We’ve got plenty of water, just in case, and we are pretty good at thumb wrestling so at least we’ll have something to do. But we will be keeping our A/C on a higher temperature so it will be bearable, but not on all the time.
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But most of all, we can pretend what life will be like when it is this hot every day in the summer, because that is what Greek scientists are predicting by the end of the century here in Greece. That is, if most of