...goose bumps, dark skies
if it's not raining directly against my window, I open it to let the sound in.
That's my thing.
And I love my safe power supply that isn't affected by a blackout for about half an hour... more than enough time to safely shut down everything if the rest of the house really gets dark and silent...
It shouldn't be too hot.
Since the Netherlands has a moderate climate we don't have extreme colds or extreme heats.
Except we now rarely go under 0C and in summer easily go over 35C.
I know very few people who have air conditioning at home, although most offices have it nowadays.
So I don't really care as long as it doesn't get too hot, about 30C max.
Also, there's this outside temperature that's just too hot for the heating to go on, but just too cold to be comfortably warm
I live in a tropical country, where the seasons are inexistant, and also in a city 2600 m high, so the weather is pretty the same the whole year. Maybe, sometimes, we have a little more rain for few weeks, (like now) and others few more sunny days. The temp is almost the same. 3°~5° Celsius (37°~41° F.)) in the morning (5:00 am) to 17° (62°F.) at noon. In really hot days, 23° (73.4°); in really cool days, twice a year, -3° (26.6°).
I had the same first thought. But analyzing my behavior more carefully, I realized that what I see on the other side of the window affects my mood and when the weather is nice (by my standards, that means a big clear blue sky).
When I am in a good mood, my efforts on "give me codez plz", improve.
To alcohol! The cause of, and solution to, all of life's problems - Homer Simpson
Our heads are round so our thoughts can change direction - Francis Picabia
If I want to code, weather doesn't affect me at all.
But if I am in one of those procrastination days... then sunny (not necessarily warm) outside is like the Apple in Eden
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
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