Well, it's official. . . we are now at 101 degrees! If you know me at all, you know that this does not make me happy. I drove home for lunch and had had my car parked under a big shade tree - but when I returned to the office, someone else had moved into "my spot." Now I'll be getting into a small, red, round oven when it's time to drive home again.
This follows the 18 days in a row that we have had temps in the 90's. Many farmers are experiencing a total loss in crops, and some have had to sell off 2/3's of their cattle. It's very sad. Closer to home, yards are parched - flowers are either drooping or have died.
As for me, I am fine. I spent almost all of the weekend indoors, sewing the fabric from Hans, Rachel, Josiah and Annika into a new blouse. Thankfully I don't have a job where I must be outdoors as some do.