A bag of frozen peas does feel awesome on the back of your neck or on your forehead when it feels like it’s one of those days where you’re living 4 steps from the sun.
I have a gel-ice pack that I keep in the freezer pulled muscles or twisted ankles. I’ve definitely nicked it for cooling off one or seven times.
I live in Arizona, and my vehicle does not have air conditioning. I know this feel XD
Whoof. I can’t imagine not having AC in Arizona. I was in Phoenix just long enough to get off a plane and get on another one in July and you could feel how hot it was through the gate.
Hmm. No new comics in a month. Is Joel okay?
Hi Robert. Thanks for the concern. I’m OK. I’m just slammed. I definitely owe the community a blog post explaining what’s going on, but the short of it is that I had to get a part time job and the training is full time, for now. I’ll try to get that blog post up ASAP.
Whew! Glad you’re not trapped with one hand in the freezer trying to subsist on whatever’s within reach and about to overdose on peas.
I prefer fresh to frozen. So, my choices would be limited to ground beef, ice cubes, three frozen dinners, a quart of strawberries, loaf of garlic bread, and half a liter of low-fat ice cream (So, it’s really not ice cream at all.) I bought by mistake.
Again, sorry about the delay in creative posts.
True. There is no point to low-fat ice cream. It’s like sugar-free Pixie Stix.