Just a Note…

We’re home. We’re recovering from the easier end of jet lag, but we’re still a bit loopy from it.

I have many, many gigabytes of photos. Somewhere over 20gb, so a lot of photos. (I would guess over 1500, but I haven’t really counted.) I have stories to share. But first, I’m catching up on the wedding photography stuff, and housework. Then I will get to play some tomorrow and over the next few weeks. Today was all about recovery and getting some work out of the way.

One week and one day ago today, I was in Munich, Germany. We had dinner with Elemmaciltur, and it was cold enough outside that I was wearing a coat and jeans. It got down to about 50 degrees that night. Today? Freakin’ Heat Index Warning in Houston with a “feels like” temperature of 105. And Mike wondered why I wanted to change my plane ticket’s return date and stay in Germany longer?

Jason just informed me that Houston sucks because it is hot *and* muggy. I have to say, I agree with him.

I think it is time I remember the memories by editing photos. I don’t think that will help with the heat though. Thank goodness for air conditioning…

By Christine

Christine is an Avenger of Sexiness. Her Superpower is helping Hot Mamas grow their Confidence by rediscovering their Beauty. She lives in the Heights in Houston, Texas, works as a boudoir photographer, and writes about running a Business of Awesome. In her spare time, she loves to knit, especially when she travels. She & her husband Mike have a food blog at Spoon & Knife.

6 replies on “Just a Note…”

Ahhh, how soon you “de-climatize”. Yeah, hot *and* muggy, but remember: we’ll always look younger than our ages because of the constant steam facials we get. For instance, I’m 72, but most people mistake me for much younger! 😉

Welcome back!

You just have to remember that in Germany it is cold in the winter. You go outside in the winter but you are happy for the heat inside. Think of Houston’s summer as “winter”. Most of the places you can live have one season that isn’t too enjoyable. Be happy where you are planted…

Yes Mom, that is true … but where I lived in Germany the winter was mild. And I miss having four seasons and snow. Plus I can always add layers, but there are only so many layers I can take off – and when it is 98 degrees outside, it is pretty darn miserable!

I’m happy where I’m planted, but I’m still dreaming of the days when we can move those roots to a city with seasons and cooler summers! It is always good to have dreams…

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