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Saturday, July 30, 2011

Saturday Centus!

Hey everyone, time for Saturday Centus! This week instead of a word prompt Mizz Jenny gave us this pic.

I can relate, can you?

Summer
To say it's hot is an understatement,
Just look at what's frying on the pavement:@)

Have a happy day!

46 comments:

  1. I can relate too. It has been a 100 or more for the whole month of July here! Even at 10 at night it can still be 90 plus...what a summer.

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  2. Ugh. Here in my part of Texas it has been triple digits with no rain for weeks. I am so ready for rain even if it means humidity!

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  3. Great job !
    I'm with you on this heat...God bless the inventors of A/C !

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  4. hot, hot, hot!! it will all make cool, cool, cool feel soooo much better...peace and blessings

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  5. If you sit down on the sidewalk and smell bacon, jump up! We're staying indoors around here.

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  6. The summer started out so stunningly beautiful... well at least we had gorgeous weather until the middle of July.
    Hopefully we will have a cooler September!
    Stay Cool! I am not leaving the house today.
    Yvonne

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  7. The egg looks good but I wouldn't want to eat it. Our weather in New England is not so bad right now. But as the saying goes. "Give it a minute and it will change."

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  8. I can't remember a summer this hot in quite a while! I feel like the wicked witch I'm melting, I'm melting....

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  9. Even early morning walks are no fun! Trying to remember January and February!! Good point....

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  10. I am really tired of 90-100 every day with no relief in sight :(

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  11. We're finally cooling down this week!
    The whole month of July, I can relate to that egg.

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  12. Has she tried frying them on her engine block yet? HA!

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  13. We've had higher than normal temps here, too! Someday I'm going to try this!

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  14. HaHa! Well done! (And I guess the egg is too.)

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  15. This is just TOO funny. The sad things is that it could happen her in the middle Georgia. WE are frying in our own juices!

    Great take.

    Namaste..........cj

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  16. Same here in Kentucky. I just HAD to transplant a few mini sunflowers and black-eyed Susan vines yesterday evening because the Farmer's Almanac said it was the last good day for a while. I spent a total of an hour, perhaps a hour and a half in the yard, and it was unbelievably hot. I did not have one stitch of dry clothing on when I came in. This is the hottest summer I can remember in a very long time. I may try the egg trick today. Stay cool!

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  17. And here in Florida ... you took the thoughts right out of my head!

    Took a picture of our thermometer yesterday at 100 degrees, and that does not include the feels like temp.

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  18. Lynn, this heat wave has been no yolk, I mean no joke!! Staying in with the a/c (ugh), and not wanting to see my electric bill! xo,

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  19. We sure can relate to THIS...:)

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  20. Throw down some pig and we'll be right over!~Ames

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  21. Hoo, you know that's right! Our Tropical Storm Don went further South and ended up being a dud for us...sure could have used the rain.

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  22. Ha! I think she must have come over to my house and plopped that egg on my driveway! :) It's hot hot everywhere I do believe.
    I'm so excited you'll come to my party. You might consider sneaking Earl into one of your snaps! ;)
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  23. I know!..and I love it...way better than the heavy rains...!

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  24. Hi lovely lady.
    I can relate to the Heat also. It has been a 100 or more this month of July. I can not take my Sophie for a walk the sidewalk's are to HOT at 7:00 pm. I was hoping Don would help us out !!! NO WAY HE WAS a dud~~~ I did some Pillsbury biscuits on the engine block in Reynolda Aluminum foil this was fun. my engine was like a oven..
    XXOO Diane

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  25. Hahaha! We did this as kids on a rock! I LOVE the hot summer...it will be over before we know it.
    Enjoy it while you can.
    Debbie
    xxxooo

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  26. Im almost looking forward to winter ~sigh~

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  27. I can relate!

    All that needs is a little salt and pepper.

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  28. Oh how cute - it is a little cooler in Colorado but I drove home from Missouri last weekend and yes - very hot across Kansas!

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  29. Thank you for visiting and your sweet comment. Love this photo ... and yes, it has definitely been that hot around here too!! xo HHL

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  30. I can definitely relate to that picture! You probably shouldn't let Earl outside unless you've got barbecue sauce ready. :)

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  31. This picture says it all!
    Hot, Hot, Hot!

    hugs
    Sissie

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  32. You said it for everyone so nicely and succinctly.

    PS How callous of me to refer to shvitzing/sweating like a pig. I bet pigs don't even sweat, not like humans anyway. Please accept my apologies. =)

    xoRobyn

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  33. Great job. I'm actually kind of glad that we have only been in the high 90's. I feel sorry for all of you that have been over 100 lately.l

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  34. Brief and to the point! Here we're enjoying 20 degrees c. and the first hint of Spring.

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  35. way too hot! ozone levels are bad, too. waiting for relief to come!

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  36. Saw on the news someone cooking a steak on the dashboard of a car! Don't need to be reminded how hot it has been!

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  37. Here, on the West Coast, it has been cool and cloudy all month ... we have had about 4 days of sun ... as depressing as it is i enjoy it more than extreme heat.

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  38. Seems like most of the country is suffering with this heat...at least we can get breakfast out of it once in a while!

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  39. Hot sure is the word...kinda enjoying it now there is a bit of a breeze!

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  40. You're right. Saying it's hot is an understatement. Good job with the Centus. laurie

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  41. Just the thing to read on a sweltering AZ August morning! ha

    This was cute!

    Good morning.

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