I just realized that it's getting really warm in the apartment. Guess what. It's 91 degrees outside according to the Weather Underground. The cats are all stretched out on the floor for their 6-hour long afternoon nap. They look pretty warm too.

Perhaps I haven't selected the optimal time to stay at home and work on the book. There's air conditioning at work that usually works--except for a few days last week.

Let's just hope it cools off before July gets here.

Okay, enough distraction. Back to chapter 2.

Posted by jzawodn at May 28, 2003 02:21 PM

Reader Comments
# jr said:

Well, provided it stays dry, you could get a portable swamp cooler

on May 28, 2003 03:06 PM
# kev said:

Hmm, 91° eh? Not too shabby. 109° here in Phoenix :-)

on May 28, 2003 05:07 PM
# jjj said:

i don't understand why most houses in california don't have AC. I remember a heat wave back in 2001 which forced me to buy an AC for my home in a hurry.. it was just a crime to have the cat and my wife exposed to such extreme conditions

on May 28, 2003 06:06 PM
# daniel said:

Get it right Jeremy!

Air conditioned cafe w/laptop when the Sun is out.

Home with windows open at night.

(the Bay Area did feel humid yesterday - thought I was in Florida for a moment)

on May 29, 2003 09:59 AM
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