To all those people who keep telling me that I am fat: look at you now, you frozen skinnies! It’s not even below zero, and all you can say is “OMG! It’s so cold!!”. Fat is awesome when it’s cold. Summer, on the other hand, is a completely different story…
Once in a while I come across a photograph that I really like, yet can’t explain why. This is one of those.
Via Yimmy Yayo.
With all the political highlights of the last few days, it’s nice to focus on something else once in a while. Big Picture has a nice collection of photographs covering winter activities. There are some really awesome images there. Have a look.
Yesterday I observed a really weird thing – snow in Limassol.Â The temperature dropped down to +2 degrees Celsius, it was very windy, and it was snowing for at least two hours.Â Of course, the ground is too warm for the snow to stay, but other surfaces, like, for example, my car, were covered in snow.Â That was really wicked!
In my 12 years in Limassol, I’ve seen snow like only two or three times.Â Previous experiences weren’t even close to yesterday’s.Â They seemed more like accidents.Â But yesterday … it was snow for real.
I remember trying to pull the bed sheet from Olga all night today. When I woke up I felt chilly and wasn’t in the mood to get out of bed. When I stepped on the floor, I realized that it was than chilly – very refreshing. I was extra fast putting my clothes on too.
When I stepped outside, I immediately felt the urge to stick my hands into pockets of my jacket. Steam was coming out of my mouth. And I had no will to go to work.
While walking towards the car I was wondering if that’s really so cold or if that’s just me dramatizing on weather. As soon as that thought came to my mind, I heard a loud bang. It was a sparrow. He probably decided that life wasn’t worth living no more with temperatures that low and crashed into the office window at full speed. He dropped dead and made me feel sad.
Morning just wasn’t working out.
I started the car and checked the outside temperature. 9 degrees Celsius! (If you think that’s not cold, try boosting the relative humidity in your area to something above 60%.) No wonder I felt cold…
On the way to the bakery to get some breakfast I saw a couple of Philippino guys. They were even cold to look at. It was like they were wearing all clothes that they had, and then some more, borrowed from a friend. One of them had two hats. Poor guy was freezing his brains out I guess.
I came to the office about 20 minutes before the start of my morning shift (The start of the shift is at 7:00am), so I had enough time to enjoy the hot and sweet cup of coffee with still warm and fresh mushroom pie from the bakery.
Morning turned for the better…