Eeeek, 103 degrees is a little too much for me! We dealt with it in Rexburg 'cause we had AC...but definitely not here. Kristie spent the afternoon at the pediatrician's office for her appointment, which was lovely 'cause of their air conditioning. Then after a "nap" (too hot to nap) we hit up the pool again. (The real one, not her baby one.) It's funny 'cause we've been there so often this week, and other people who live here have been going consistently as well...so we've made a few new friends! Kristie has a new little friend named Mason who is 20 months and loves the water also. Hopefully I'll get a picture of them soon. Later, we found out our church building was going to be open from 5-10pm for emergency use if anyone wanted to hang out in the air conditioned building! I had the Young Women's activity to go to anyway, but I made sure to bring Kristie along 'cause our apartment was unbearably humid, hot and stuffy. Then after when Kristie was in bed, Jason and I played a game out on the porch. It had gotten to the point where the apartment was hotter than it was outside. (Even though it was still in the high 80's after 9pm.) We both soaked our feet in Kristie's baby pool. It was wonderful. =) Then Jason went to bed since he had to get up early for work and I stayed up a little longer. Around 10pm, this was my status on facebook..."
Candace Frank Duce
is in heaven. Let me paint you a picture. I'm sitting outside, on our awesome porch. (It's literally like 10 degrees hotter inside.) My feet are soaking in Kristie's baby pool full of cold water. Our cute mini lantern lights are hanging and dimly lighting up the porch in cool, pastel colors. I'm eating food and on the computer. Awww. I never thought 87 degrees could feel so good...12 hours ago clear"
In her new big girl chair...loves it!
Me on the porch at 10pm escaping our 90 degree apartment...
Mini lantern lights on the porch. =)
Here are a couple pics from the Seattle times...