To luxuriate in the hot sun.
The hottest room in Roman baths.
You’re getting warmer.
Burning, scalding hot.
Steaming, muggy hot.
Good clothes-drying weather.
Associated with summer.
That uniquely claustrophobic feeling of a stuffy, smelly, barely ventilated space.
And suddenly the sun appears.
An increasing heat.
Excessive dryness, no moisture to be found.
A warm room in Roman baths where unlucky others got to scrape dirt off oiled visitors with a strigil.
A light breeze? Yes, please.
Header Artwork: David Hockney. Bigger Splash. 1967