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Thursday, July 21, 2016

Word High July for 21 July 2016 Word amihan





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Today’s word is amihan.  This word means Northeast wind, breeze.  Here on the Gulf Coast of Texas, it is always windy.  Often people say a Northeast wind will cool things off a bit.  There is no such thing as cool in Texas.  We have four seasons; hot, dang hot, too hot, and the devil called and wants his heat back.

A cool breeze is always welcome here. 

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6 comments:

  1. HAHA. that four season just cracked me up! great post, Dave!

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  2. Nice post David. Made me laugh. In the UK we have wet, very wet, cold and wet and oh look there's a picture of the sun. Have a great day.

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    1. Cute, Davey. As some Irish people say, "It is a nice, soft, morning." We are in "Fire Weather" here. That means that conditions are right, hot and dry, for wild fires. Hope we don't get them.

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  3. I think we are having some of those seasons in New England now too :)

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    1. I think we all get weather extremes that seem bad to us. When we first moved here, we had a 70 degree day. We saw people dressed in heavy fur coats, hats, gloves, heavy boots, and SHORTS. Like their legs did not get cold. It was 70 degrees. We were comfortable, but most of these people were freezing.

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