It is now 9:54 o’clock where I live (New York).
Around this time (8 to 11 p.m.) I notice that I feel more hot than at any other time of the day.
My veins dilate and become more varicose than usual. My head feels hot and I feel flush (and no, it’s not a hot flash!) but when I look in the mirror, my face is its usual creamy-beige-colored hue. Often, though, my ears get bright red during this time.
What’s the deal? Even though the air is cooler, it may be just as humid, which might account for the veins dilating. But why would I feel hot? And why would I feel flush?
I don’t know who first said “everyone’s a critic,” but I think it’s a really stupid saying.