windy window

I lost the count how many days i have spent home now with my Dengue Virus, but it was the first day that I missed the Beach, because it has been a sunny day, where the wind was hauling through the windows, whistling along the walls while I was standing behind the glass watching the white caps on the sea. Yes, sometimes it is not too bad to have a house close to the Beach or at least close enough to check wind and waves. 

My first challenge of the day has been the shower in the morning, the Dengue had caused an allergic reaction on my skin and the last two times showering the result was an unbelievable aching body for like 2 hours each....  so today i took some slow steps and took only some drops of water as try out in the beginning before finally taking that shower... and in the end it was all good, next sign that it is getting better finally....

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  • #1

    Robert aus Chile (Donnerstag, 27 Januar 2011 19:53)

    Wow... echt ätzend. Wünsche dir gute Besserung und hoffe bald wieder die Fotos von den Jungs und Yoli sehen zu können.

  • #2

    Double Glazing Warwick (Montag, 13 August 2012 19:43)

    It was not until the 16th century that windows utilized glass as a protection from the elements. Even then, glazed glass was expensive and often unaffordable by anyone but the most wealthy. Today, all buildings, big and small, utilize glass windows for utility more than style, but windows continue to be a versatile architectural element.

  • #3

    plumbing supplies (Samstag, 27 Oktober 2012 15:05)

    Having a house right beside the beach is truly awesome. A great view and wind is always available for you.

  • #4

    Double glazing Scotland (Dienstag, 01 April 2014 08:23)

    Now a days, double glazing and triple glazing is what implemented by each house in U.K. because of its weather condition.

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