Friday, June 02, 2006

Not Fair!

Location: Paris, France

Date: June 2, 2006

Temperature: 8C / 47F

Cute new summer skirts and summer sandals? Just sitting there in my closet taunting me.

Sigh.

Wool sweater it is.

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11 Comments:

At 4:20 AM, June 02, 2006, Anonymous Mike C said...

Kind of makes you long for "toasty" North Dakota, eh?

 
At 8:07 AM, June 02, 2006, Blogger MagE said...

AY chi hua hua!
Its been 85 and sunny during the day and stormy at night (at least 2 nights) this week in the good ol' Twin Cities in Minnesota. That's definitely a switch.
Sorry to hear it's cold there...
(insert maniacal laughter here)
Just teasing. Hope it warms up there.

 
At 8:08 AM, June 02, 2006, Blogger meredith said...

I know, I know. Here in the south we are taunted by the sun, which is shining, but as soon as you step outside, you are blasted with a cold, mistral wind.

 
At 8:13 AM, June 02, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's cold for June, even in North Dakota! Brrr! We'll be 89 degrees today. My youngest is already planning the annual first run through the sprinkler. Your Cuz in ND

 
At 11:32 AM, June 02, 2006, Blogger Kat said...

I have to chime in from Milwaukee: Sunny and 75! You live in Paris where it's cold; I live in Milwaukee where it's warm. I'd take Paris in the cold any day ;)

 
At 4:08 PM, June 02, 2006, Anonymous Roxanne said...

Was it warmer when I visited Paris?? :) Just joking, I'm sure it will warm up tomorrow. We endured a horrible cold and rainy May here in Mpls, we finally deserve some warm weather. We have to teach the dog to swim you know!

 
At 6:45 AM, June 03, 2006, Anonymous Pam said...

Daily I check the weather page of the local paper, which lists cities all over the world, and I have been noticing it's been cold there for quite some time now...hmmm, today's forcast here is for 91 with a low of 60. Was 88 yesterday, and we broke a record high on Saturday of last week, in the wonderful capitol city of ND. We can hardly wait for you 2 to return to the great Midwest...then you can wear your new skirts :) I've been up since 5 and watched the beautiful sunrise, and the rooster pheasants, rabbits, chipmunks, and deer running around the back yard...looks to be a georgeous summer day! LOL

 
At 8:13 AM, June 03, 2006, Blogger Clare said...

Hi Ronica,

Has it warmed up up there yet?

Not exactly warm down here either. Only been in the pool once so far this year and last year I swam om 31 April!

Forecast looking good for next week though.

Bon weekend.

Clare

 
At 8:46 PM, June 03, 2006, Anonymous smgjulie said...

Hey Ronica!!

Madison had 90 degree temps on Memorial Day weekend - seems like we had no spring just straight to summer. The new parish center is opened and the 8th grade graduation breakfast and ceremony were the first events to be held there. Lots of tears - A.Spr.. was valedictorian and A.Sle.. was salutatorian. But construction is not finished - they are starting on the new school entrance/offices/preschool next week. Just imagine the preschool in the same wing with the middle school for a semester....

On the positive side, Field Day was sunny and warm about 78 degrees - only 2 porta-potties at the park for all 300+ students and staff but we managed! My team won "Most polite." Imagine that!! We finished up on June 2nd with a half day - now I get to be mom all summer! Ms. F is now 5 believe it or not.

Hope it warms up soon! Thinking of you-

 
At 1:13 AM, June 04, 2006, Blogger Alan said...

Not only is it cold here in Paris, but I've caught a nasty cold virus that's been going around my office.

 
At 7:49 PM, June 04, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Had the most fabulous mem. day wkend that I can remember in many many yrs at the lake. A whole wkend of sunshine, and heat of high 90's...perfect lake weather!! We had another of the same this wkend.....cannot believe our luck....pinch me!! B

 

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