It’s summer in the desert. This photo shows you what it’s like here, right now. Today the outside temperatures reached 118 degrees. Needless to say, we all try to hide indoors for the summer months. In keeping with the fact that it’s beyond hot here, today’s #FridayPhilosophy is all about feeling the heat.
“Told me if I did not smell of the fire then I smelled of the frying pan.” – Hilary Mantel
“In heated rooms, he often felt the outline of his body, the border between him and the external world, grow disturbingly fuzzy.” – Ryu Murakami
“Iteration, like friction, is likely to generate heat instead of progress.” – George Eliot
“The thing with heat is, no matter how cold you are, no matter how much you need warmth, it always, eventually, becomes too much.” – Victoria Aveyard
“God, it was hot! Forget about frying an egg on the sidewalk; this kind of heat would fry an egg inside the chicken.” – Rachel Caine
“Then came July like three o’clock in the afternoon, hot and listless and miserable.” – Allie Ray
“I believe someone made a grievous mistake when summer was created; no novitiate or god in their right mind would make a season akin to hell on purpose. Someone should be fired.” – Michelle Franklin
Sending you wishes of a cooler climate. 🙂
Blessings to you all.