I'm OK with it.... it's usually a dry heat, after all. I've been in hotter places. Like the time when I was a teenager on a family vacation and dealing with a breakdown that required us to spend 13 hours in
The World's Largest Thermometer, actually. And the only thing that Baker, CA is known for. It was 127 degrees and super humid. Did I mention we were out there in the elements for 13 hours??? Yes, it was after midnight before the car cooled down sufficiently to cause the gas molucles in the tank to stop bouncing around so much and re-form that liquid gold which cars so desire. Good times.
Life is good.
PS -- Because it's late at night, my AC is set for 79 degrees. It just kicked on. Really? At 12:10 AM?
Photo credit: me (girls), and http://www.roadsideamerica.com/story/2893 (thermometer)