It's so hot in Phoenix right now they are grounding planes. I'm serious. I'm calling for a HEAT DAY. When I was young, I treasured snow days. I'll never forget the anticipation of a snow day. You would watch the news or listen to the radio, with fingers crossed, praying they would call your school district! The big difference, as a kid in Pennsylvania, you didn't care if your nostrils froze, and your face turned bright red-- you still played outside, at least for a little while. The best part was when you came inside, and Mom made hot chocolate or warm soup as you sat by the fireplace warming your fingers and toes.
Well, a heat day is a whole different ball game. There's not much playing outside, maybe a quick dip in a pool. There's no mom and hot chocolate! But, there are solutions. Heat Day's are HOT! Even if the humidity is low, it's like an oven baking.
So what to do on a heat day? Here are my heat day survival tips: Turn the air down low (keep going), close the blinds, watch a great movie or grab a fantastic book and cover up with an afghan. Ice cream, milkshakes or snow cones will most definatley help the situation, and if you choose a movie about snow or read a book about water, you're cooling down.
Cold movie suggestions that might give you the chill factor: