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    Default I like summer but 44 degrees? Really?

    I lived in roxby it got to 48 before!!!

    We have a pool but I don't want to go in the sun it's so tiring! I slept 4 hours today because of the heat!

    I wish solar kept things running when power went out!!!

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    The power better not go out, i just did a fortnights food shop!

    If it does, im moving into the bath....

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    Default I like summer but 44 degrees? Really?

    I'm in Adelaide too & going to go crazy stuck inside with 3 kids! At least we have air conditioning I guess.

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    Default I like summer but 44 degrees? Really?

    Quote Originally Posted by Littlemissellie View Post
    Me neither i think i remember 42 or 43 a few years back when we had a 16 day heat wave with it being over 35 the whole time and a few days in the low 40's.

    When its that hot you walk outside and literally feel your skin burning instantly, its insane.
    I hear you!!! My DD was born the day that heatwave broke.. I was 39+5 and DYING!!!! The day we got married (outdoor wedding!) it was 42... I seem to pick it haha!! Not looking forward to 44 tomorrow that's for sure!!

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    Default I like summer but 44 degrees? Really?

    Quote Originally Posted by LauraH80 View Post
    35 weeks here, living in a catastrophic fire danger area and according to DP it's not uncommon to have the power shut off in catastrophic conditions. So, possibly no air conditioning or fans tomorrow - looks like I'll be cooling down in the bath!
    When I was pg with DD I spent my days in the heatwave in a wading pool! Best 10 bucks spent EVER!!

    Ps your username always throws me cos that's my name, initial and year of birth!! Freaky!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by waitinghoping View Post
    I hear you!!! My DD was born the day that heatwave broke.. I was 39+5 and DYING!!!! The day we got married (outdoor wedding!) it was 42... I seem to pick it haha!! Not looking forward to 44 tomorrow that's for sure!!

    Oh no!!

    No life changing events planned for tommorow then?

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    Default I like summer but 44 degrees? Really?

    Quote Originally Posted by pigeonpairplusone View Post
    I'm in Adelaide too & going to go crazy stuck inside with 3 kids! At least we have air conditioning I guess.
    Swim centre?! I'm 25 weeks tomorrow and already the size of a house! I feel sorry for my chickens dp won't let me bring them inside lol!

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    Default I like summer but 44 degrees? Really?

    Tusmore near burnside have a wadding pool & park with lots of shade and it's free!!!

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    Default I like summer but 44 degrees? Really?

    Quote Originally Posted by waitinghoping View Post
    When I was pg with DD I spent my days in the heatwave in a wading pool! Best 10 bucks spent EVER!!

    Ps your username always throws me cos that's my name, initial and year of birth!! Freaky!!
    Eek, we're clones! 😄😄

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    Default I like summer but 44 degrees? Really?

    I'm already planning an arvo shower followed by a nap! HATE summer!!


 

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