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July 29th, 2009


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05:10 pm - Misc + Horrible Heat
Today, I walked to a local Whole Foods knock-off 5 blocks was, and stepping outside at 1:40 felt like opening the door of an oven. It's not cool in here, but it's horrible outside. One weather site said it was 107 today, which is insane for Oregon. However, I have fresh fruit and absolutely delicious dairy-free almond fudge ice cream made with coconut milk. Most of the predictions are for tomorrow to be 8-10 degrees cooler, which is still to hot, but not insanely so. In related news, I love the local radio station that I listen to, they have a truly vast music library, and thus play lots of music from the 60s, 70s, and 80s, as well as more modern stuff. However, I am exceedingly displeased with their recent habit of frequently playing song about hot weather (such as the reggae song "98 Degrees in the Shade"), it's remarkably unfunny, especially after the 5th time they've played such a song in 2 hours.

On other news, it's fresh blueberry season here, and late last night (baking during the daytime is insane here) I baked this lovely blueberry dessert called blueberry buckle, it's delicious cold and won much praise from teaotter & amberite.
Current Mood: Too Darn Hot

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From:lavenderfae9
Date:July 30th, 2009 12:28 am (UTC)
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Yummy coconut milk ice cream (although they used to have a flavour with lavender, and they don't anymore, and I miss it.) Yucky heat.

Edited at 2009-07-30 12:29 am (UTC)
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From:kitten_goddess
Date:July 30th, 2009 01:25 am (UTC)
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Have you ever visited pandora.com? It's a website where you make your own custom radio station. I found it yesterday and love it! It's free and maybe has one ad an hour.
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From:teaotter
Date:July 30th, 2009 01:53 am (UTC)
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I'm more fond of play.it -- it takes a bit longer to set up a station, but I generally like the results *much* better.

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