What Do I Hate About Hot Temperatures?

The question for this week is a hard one for me because I don’t hate anything about “hot temperatures.” Not to say I’m a “sun worshiper;” it’s just that I love hot weather!
I’ve never blistered after a day spent in the sun. So, I don’t have painful stories to tell. Even if I turn a little pink from the sun, it always turns into a tan. I’ve always assumed that quality of mine comes from my North American indigenous heritage.
I would much rather be hot than cold, that’s for sure. So, I’m going to change the question to, “What do I dislike most about hot temperatures.
It’s still hard to say, but I guess the only thing I really dislike, okay, hate most about hot temperatures is the smell of human perspiration (from others).

Janette Harjo

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About pjharjo

Janette is an author of Romantic Paranormal Fantasy. CONNECTIONS, her first series, is Indie published. You can follow her or sign up for her newsletter, and learn more about her new releases as they become available, at http://www.authorjanetteharjo.blogspot.com She lives in the beautiful and prolific Pacific NW of the USA.
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6 Responses to What Do I Hate About Hot Temperatures?

  1. Iris B says:

    Now there’s a thought I couldn’t agree more !!!!! The b.o. thingy that is 🙂


  2. Laurie Ryan says:

    This is a timely post, because I’m currently visiting my daughter and family and it hit 104 degrees here at 6PM yesterday., Supposed to be close to 100 today. So I don’t think there’s a way to KEEP from perspiring. LOL. And I tend to be a cool-preferrer. I can put on clothes. I can’t take off skin. So I’ll be spending my day hugging the air conditioner today. Enjoy yours!


  3. You are very lucky, skin-wise. What little, watered-down Indian blood I may have has not helped, and even though my mother was all-Italian, we are northern Italians, and almost all are quite fair-skinned, and the rest is Irish.Although my sister can tan pretty well, She’s gotten a number of pretty bad burns if she stayed out too long. But right away I blister and my brother also burns. More about the sun and me later!


  4. jeff7salter says:

    I’ve certainly gotten sunburned. But when I ‘manage’ my exposure, I can get a nice tan. That’s been years, however, since I found that sun-bathing usually gave me a terrific headache.
    I have some Choctaw blood and supposedly some Seminole. Not sure if it helps my skin any, but I’m not nearly as hairy as most guys I know. Ha.


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