I, the weather-aware woman.
Seattle taught me a lesson, don’t think about what is on the other side of your glass window; get your raincoat and not your umbrella.
I still thought about rain about once a day.
We’ve had 104F temp at some points this week.
It is sometimes difficult to function when away from a source of cold air.
It is difficult to admit this is how I feel too…phew
Although we have a car, the papers are being processed, the paper are in a ‘still process‘ as I see it. We ride on taxis as we have for a year now. Your pants get stuck to the old ambassador seats; the driver wets a red towel and wraps it around his head to cool off. It makes me feel like I am in a steam room, and someone keeps pouring water over those hot stones.
I grab onto the taxi’s door which hides the rolled down windows and wave my hand onto the warm Calcutta air. I think is cooling me down, but then maybe is not.
I have found myself a tad edgey, wrawwwwr
My mind wonders away to anywhere cool and spacious. An escape.
So dramatic of me to say. It’s alright.
These are some photos from our trip to Delhi. Delhi is not my favorite city in India, but they do have some kickass gardens!
The Mughals sure knew how to stay cool in those hot summer days