Monday, June 15, 2009

The Heat

You need some cool refreshments in this heat and it is hot in Houston. I hear that it is still hot in San Miguel de Allende. The advantage that Houston has over San Miguel is Houston is an air-conditioned city. In fact, Houston claims to be the most air-conditioned city in the world. You go from your air-conditioned house to your air-conditioned car to the air-conditioned store. If you do get hot, have a sangria like I did at Hugo's last night. Most refreshing.


Paul said...

I'll tell you what, Billie: Living in Charleston, SC is no piece of cake, either! :-) I do not like coastal cities! It is too hot and humid from May through September. I prefer the cooler climes of the mountains; however, as guy has to work and Charleston has the jobs! So, here I be!

One thing is for sure, I'm glad that I'm living in a time of air conditioned comfort. I couldn't imagine trying to sleep in this weather! Ick!

Paul said...

BTW, that Sangria looks absolutely tasty! Yummy!!! I had a Pineapple Ginger Mojito the other day and let me tell you ... it hit the spot!

Heather said...

A glass of sangria sounds good to me right now too!

Steve Cotton said...

AZs I sit here in the humidity of Melaque causing sweat to pour out of me, I have only one question. What is air conditioning?

Alfredo said...

As heather said, "a glass of sangrĂ­a sounds really good..." but, do people in Houston care for the planet with all that electricity used? Don't know but care.

Cordiales saludos,