Don't summer colds suck? It's just such a nasty feeling to have your body feeling hot to the point of sweaty outside and inside you're shivering. It's raining in Delhi, which means half the time the humid hits you in great waves as soon as you step outdoors. And you have not known humidity till you've lived in India. The air is so thick, breathing is an effort. My hair, which is the thick and frizzy variety goes ballitsic and the only way to look presentable is to tie it up firmly into a knot at the base of my scalp. It's the kind of weather where your clothes are always wet with sweat and your hands are always sticky.
Of course, there are brief respites. It does rain and then it's excellent. The wind seems to kiss you as it whistles past, you feel like a total cruiser in your car, with the music on high to embarrassingly enough 'Milkshake'. (I cannot get enough of this song! There's something so profound in the lyrics-- My milkshake brings all the boys to the yard, they like it better than yours, damn right it's better than yours, I could teach you but I'd have to charge--- what does it mean??? But the tune is so catchy I don't really care.)
Anyhoo, as I was saying about the rain. It's nice and all, but it means a change in season and with all the temperatures going in and out, what with walking from an office the temperature of a fridge to the car where I never have enough money to have enough fuel to put on the A/C. So then by the time I reach home I'm all hot and sweaty anyway. And these days, since my flatmate is away I've moved back in with my parents, where my bedroom does have an A/C, so ergo... frozen me with frozen sinus glands which then unfreeze painfully.
What's the weather like where you are?