lulz, you look so meh in that pic. Like, yeah, I'm in a desert, but I can survive it cause I'm super cool, like a boss.
I really liked your last ID pic. Whenever I tell people about my friends, just the girls, who don't already know them. I always say that I know the (and I'm just mentioning the aesthetics right now) most stunning, mesmerizing, bewitchingly, unbelievably alluring most beautiful, prettiest and super hottest sexiest girls ever. I say it because it's completely true and there's no way around it because it is. And as much as I really like this new ID pic, I like the old one more.
I generally have a pretty vacant emotionless expression so... that's why I look like that.
Meh. Maybe if I take another decent pic of myself I'll make that my new ID but for now it's this. And as much as I'm flattered by your description... PLEASE save words like that for your girlfriend and ONLY your girlfriend. Seriously... It's fine if you want to compliment friends who are girls, but you take it too far sometimes...
Really? Not until November? That's pretty surprising actually. I assumed it was always cold in Canada. XD lol I live in Nevada. And it's either really hot here or really cold. Never a nice in between. :C
It's a cold night right now and it's 61 degree F. It gets MUCH colder but Canada's winters end a bit later (there's still Snow in February) But the first snow is normally in November. The reason why our thanksgiving is in October, is because that's harvest season (end of Autumn) which is when our pumpkins/squash & other assorted fall veggies are best to pick. XD (I've never associated TG with pilgrims. lol More with the end of fall.)
Huh. Interesting. That sounds kinda nice actually. The weather in Reno is so beyond messed up it's not even funny. OTL Earlier this year, we kept having random snow storms up until May. It was pretty ridiculous. >.>
As for cold/hot difference, that's desert weather no? It gets really hot in the day and super cold at night. It's relative to the amount of sun/heat that the ground absorbs during the day & the quick speed that is released at night. (at least, that's what I always thought, could totally be wrong on the science of it.)
In eastern Canada, summers can reach temperatures up to (and sometimes over) the mid 80s + humidity. Though, that's what sucks about our summers... humidity. (Well, my case in particular because I live on a small island so there's rivers all around.) Dry heat is ALWAYS better then yucky sweaty heat. >> This is why I like California for that.
We have like 4-5ish months of winter... like 1-2 months of spring then 3 months of summer... around 2 months of fall. (Fall's the best, well, after hay-fever season at least. lol *loves 70 degree temperature)
Probably not. But for the past couple winters that's how our weather's been. We never have a nice Winter to Summer transition. It's always 30 degrees one day and then 90 the next. and this continues up until about May when it FINALLY decides to be summer. We don't get spring or fall EVER. ;n; And I'm not particularly good with science but that sounds about right. But our summer nights are usually really nice. That's really the only thing we have going for us.
It's humid?? That's awesome. I actually like humidity. What I hate is always having dry skin and having to reapply chapstick every freaking hour. OTL Hmmm... Yup. I might have to sneak over to Canada now.