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My Eye Hurts

I am behind in my posts, and I apologize. Sometimes other things take over, like work, food, snow, workouts, sore right eyes and left elbows, and the like. I’m working to clean up some of the MT coding on my site, it’s a long, drawn out process. It helps to have friends who are patient. I think, also, that many of us are a bit worn out from the weather; it’s -24C at the moment here in Edmonton, and will be bitterly cold for the next few days, with the weekend lows checking in around -37C. Enough, already…

9 Responses to “My Eye Hurts”

  1. zuchris Says:

    Hey from the West Coast, Randy. Sunny, not a snowflake in sight (except maybe if you look up to Whistler), and 8 degrees.

  2. sharon Says:

    what happened to your eye?

  3. sharon Says:

    btw, it’s hot like crazy here! we are like 30-33C!! It’s humid and disgustingly sticky.
    i wish i can get some of your weather here.

  4. Murph Says:

    Lots more snow falling here, but at least the temp is hovering near freezing. For fun, though, I’m applying for a job in the Bahamas. Doubt it’ll get me anywhere, but I can dream.

  5. Mike N. Says:

    If the term; ‘wind chill’ trips easily off your lips, you’re living in the wrong place. Wind chill in Winnipeg tonight is supposed to be -43C. Brrrrrrr.

  6. kelly Says:

    Oooh..Mike N, you know Randy is originally FROM Winnipeg, right? 🙂

    I spent the last part of my afternoon sipping chai lattes with my cousin as the sun set, and was blasted with winter when I left the cafe. Just like the wall of humidity that hits you when you leave an air conditioned building into 35’C+ weather, nothing prepares you for that deep freeze/automatic nose hair freezing of the cold.

    I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. My dad’s favorite quote: “You can always put enough clothes on, but you can never seem to take enough off”

  7. randy Says:

    I have a prescription for eye drops, and my eye is starting to feel better.

  8. Steve 40 Says:

    Weather here is 8C and it is supposed to rain (Lower Mainland-Vancouver) with the possibility of snow mixed in by the weekend. Remember when you were in Vancouver Randy and it was 25C in Winnipeg and it was about 8C here with rain and hail(I think it was late May a number of years ago). We get more than our share of rain and dull days most of the year in exchange for our milder winters. Spring is arriving with a number of flowers starting to open up now-it wont be long for you guys now.

  9. randy Says:

    This is my climate – I’ve lived 49 winters in the prairies. Frankly, I’d rather be here in winter than in other places, like the eastern seaboard, the Maritimes, etc. The maritime provinces get hammered with much more snow than we do each year, as does Quebec. Our winters have become more milder with global warming. This cold spell is annoying, but it will pass soon, and spring will arrive!

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