Scary. This has been in the news way too much (or not enough?) lately.
Really important article about the dangers of vehicular heatstroke:
(It's scary-- if you don't think you can watch it, at least read the article!)
Why must psycho horror movie makers ruin my pre-sleep TV relaxation with their previews?
At least once a night I am forced to squeeze my eyes shut, cover my ears, and hum until I'm confident that it is over and nothing can creep into my already-shaken psyche.
Clap, clap. WHY?!
The phone rang at 1:26am this morning. As if a call in the middle of the night doesn't naturally send my mind to the most horrible place, the called ID said St. Chris Hospital. I answered to a blank line, only to have it ring 30 seconds later and hear a perky voice say, "Oh, sorry, wrong number." Then I tried to fall back to sleep with my heat thumping wildly.
Since we're already talking about Halloween, I thought I'd post this review from last year. It's not exclusive to Halloween-frights, but this is a good time of year to talk about calming fears.
Reportedly, he was wearing a bullet proof vest, gas mask with goggles, and a helmet. Did he think he was one of the Batman villains? I can't even fathom this type of thing.
So scary. I watched and talked about this with my kids. They said all the right things to me, but who knows what they'd do if faced with the situation...
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