i think my face melted
It's hot. Yes, little too hot. I do not fare well in the heat. This body was not built for it. It is a winter body. That is why it has extra layers and a squishy seat for full comfort while watching winter do it's thing outside. Ah, winter. I want to feel the warmth of your coldness that comes from wearing giant scarves and toasty overcoats. But no. We're having summer.
We are not used to summer here. Here summer is a season of misery and disappointment as the torrents of rainfall from the sky meaning no one has even come home from camping with a pleasant disposition. It does, however, mean the sand on the beach is perfect for sandcastles for they are sturdy and will repel all invaders. Or so I'm led to believe. I don't do beaches. Too much sand and outdoors.
I think my face melted today. Masks are inconvenient. I don't do the take it off for the brief period of being out a shop just to put it back on a few seconds later. When it's on, it's on. From stepping on the bus to stepping off it when I get home. With a brief interlude for coffee. But there are some pretty cool masks out there. I designed this one myself. And a bunch of others. It's like playing dress up every day.