We still have rolling black outs in Japan.
We have air conditioning in our living room and master bedroom (BECAUSE WE WEREN'T ALLOWED TO LIVE ON BASE - SEE THERE ARE ALWAYS REASONS FOR THESE THINGS::snort::); we've not used it as it seems only right to be tough in solidarity with my sweltering peeps and to do our part to conserve electricity at this time in Japan. We hang our laundry. We burn two lights at a time in the house...those sorts of things. We've been tough.
The heat here isn't the hottest I've survived; but the humidity makes it FEEL HOTTER. Really. In the a.m. you wake up and the sweat is rolling down your back. The highlight of yesterday is Michael came home from chapel and turned on the AC. YES. It could have had something to do with my Facebook status which mentioned lying nekkid under a fan and not wanting to get up for anything...even chapel. Now I know which chapel attendees read my Facebook. LOL
We had plans for Bre's last afternoon....however, I think the AC enticed us to stay inside, or maybe approaching goodbyes made us lethargic....though we're fairly good TCKs and deal with goodbyes by living to the fullest in denial until we pull up at the airport. ::snort::
I took a loverly nap. I needed it. I'm a "certain age" and have been told to take a nap if I need to; so there. ::grin::
Everyone played games....we play more games when the older kids are home. Why don't we play games when its the younger ones? I must explore this a bit.
The day passed...and tomorrow is sure to come.
Living all of life before the face of God...