yeah, double-you tee eff. i do, though, know why it's colder in my apartment than outside: my heater blows cold air. i guess i should have someone come look at that.good thing i adore the cold.
you should be awarethere are places in the worldthat don't have winter
If the problem is truly Mississippi blood, then I may have somehow come from Mississippi. For, I have this same problem.While everyone else in my home is warm and cozy, I am always freezing. My hands and feet are like ice. I constantly run my hands under hot water to warm myself up. I also bundle up with long-sleeve t-shirts, sweatshirts, and slippers to keep warm.Then again, this could all be simply due to poor circulation from not exercising.
I LOVE IT!!!!!!
Weren't you guys having to leave your windows cracked last winter due to the overheating? (My memory may be faulty--it's hard to type when your feet are cold, but the prospect of turning up the heat when we're expecting a 45% rate increase is daunting.)
Ummm . . . just how cold is it down there. I've had to break out the light jacket and use that totally awesome afghan (is that politically correct now that we, uh . . . liberated Afghanistan) that someone knitted me for Christmas whilst watching tv, but you sound really cold. How did you ever survive New York in January?
You are so freaking cute.Hey--wanna spend winter in Chicago? It'll make you love the warm South Carolina winters...I am seriously dreading the snow. And I've been using a space heater at work for about a month now, so I can't imagine how it will get.
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