It got into the teens last night here in Tucson - which is like serious record-breaking cold.
The Tucson Media made me giggle last night, though. They finished covering the story of the INSANE storm in Chicago. Showed pictures of literally PEOPLE (yes, humans) blowing in the street through the blustery weather.
....and then went RIGHT into giving us Tucsonans tips on winter weather survival b/c it was going to get into the 20's and possibly below.
I understand they need to teach us to bundle up and wear warm clothes, because I know sometimes when it's cold out -- it gets confusing on what type of attire one should wear..
......(no sarcasm there...)
All I heard in this particular newscast before I left for work was teaching us to bundle up. I put a snarky comment on facebook about the media.
And TALK ABOUT A STORM.
I pissed of so many Tucsonans.
Rage!!! I even got an evil text message at 1 am while I was at work! I didn't mean to piss people off. I was just making fun of the news. Who doesn't, right?
Didn't I say yesterday that I should just quit talking until the week is over b/c I am just sucking at life lately?
I should've followed through with that, I guess!
But anyways, I underestimated the cold here. Tucson is not infrastructurally prepared for cold weather, apparently. When I got home from work this morning, we had no water! Many people were without water. Some people's pipes froze. We, luckily, didn't have frozen pipes -- and as of 10 minutes ago I heard gurgling noises, and our water is back!
Some people were without gas too! Crazy stuff! (I still get excited...but Lord, I will never post that shit on facebook again. Apparently I can't be cynical or sarcastic, or give a little spice of my odd sense-of-humor.)
Well, I feel like I just got off work not long ago -- and I'm back in a few hours for some training, and back tonight! -- and then I'm a freeee woman for a few days!
I am so very excited! I plan on cleaning, again. Yes, I just cleaned on Tuesday. But I'm on one of those "kicks". And baking bread. Going for a long run.