Sunny Day At Last!

Ah, the sun is shining. I got the whole floor swept up on the main level. Sunlight makes that possible πŸ™‚

It’s cool out still, but with the sunny backyard, it feels lovely. Going out on the deck is like a spa. In the summer it REALLY is. Right now it’s just that it feels nice. In the Summer that same heating phenomenon will feel like … I don’t know, just way overheated.

It’s a phenomenon, not really, I just call it that. It’s that you can go out there and judge the weather, right? No. It’s a false warmth. [Maybe it IS a phenomenon, but I say it’s not since it’s reproduceable easily.]

In winter if you go on the deck and think it’s warm enough to go out and play, you could find yourself hauling back in within 5 minutes. It’s way colder “out there” than it is on the deck. Transfers sitution in summer. You might think it TOO HOT to go out, when it’s not really, it’s just the deck.

It’s a normal Southern Exposure thing, that’s all.

Some people in this household also consider the front door “porch” as a temperature gauge. It truly only works as that to determine if it’s BITTERLY cold or not. It has a North-Northwest Exposure, and is recessed and covered. So to use it to see if it’s warm out, you’d think it too cold out there in reality. To use it and think that it’s HOT out there, then it’s probably way hotter than you can even imagine.

North gives a cool-off
South gives a warm-up

These are just basic principles that work in nature with dwellings and other things. We are talking about –Daylight Full Sun– conditions in place.

Forgive my ramblings please! πŸ™‚


  1. Hello Marysue! I thought I would come over here to see how you are doing. I’m on Tamara’s list – I believe you visited my blog last week. πŸ˜‰ I need to read around more to see how many children you have and all that fun stuff… I have four – two boys and two girls. We homeschool. Do you? I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

    P.S. May I add you to my bloggers list? If you want to add mine, please put in parenthesis that the password is autumn. Thanks! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

  2. Thank for visiting Robin! Yes, I traversed through your place this last week.

    I’ll let you see if you got answers to your questions, if not, ask particularly again πŸ˜‰

    I don’t have a list of links to other blogs right now, but have been thinking of re-doing my sidebar and that would include a blog list — so when that does happen, I’ll put you on it, feel free to add me to yours. Just be sure to put a “/” at the end of my url, to keep it coming to my site as “.com” otherwise if it’s missing from the link it comes to .net, which I own and it’s no problem, just I don’t want to be linked to .net for referrers and silly things like graphics redownloading if click on another link that refreshes as .com on my site and all that. More explanation than you needed, no doubt, and if it makes much sense I’ll be in wonder tomorrow! It’s late, I’ve been online for too long tonight …! πŸ™‚

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