Monday, December 7, 2009

BRRRRR!

I am cold! Bone-chilling, numbing cold. I never used to be cold; in fact, I am the one who would turn the thermostat down in December because I was hot, even if everyone else was cold. The tide has turned and I am the cold one now, so tonight on my way home I am buying flannel sheets and a space heater for my bedroom. I hate going to bed cold and waking up cold brrr. I guess it could have something to do with our weather, the high is 18F today and 14F tomorrow with snow. I think it is colder here than it is in Alaska. This picture is the view out my backdoor, gray and cold.

DD2 and I bought our Christmas tree Saturday and it is up, but not decorated, we are soooo lazy, but it is just too cold to get into the garage and dig them out. We were both so curmudgeonly on Friday, I was not sure if we would have a tree. Neither one of us has been feeling the season, it is a problem sometimes, it is awful when we both get in a funk. I know it is too early in the season for it to be a seasonal funk, but there you have it, maybe just being around people helped out. We spent Saturday having a girl’s day, pedicures, massages, and shopping, perhaps that helped a bit.

When we go for massages, I always use them for therapy on shoulders, neck and arms, but the one I had Saturday almost crippled me. The guy found the sore spots and worked them hard, so yesterday when my sink fell apart (garbage disposal had a clog) while I was trying to cook, it was just about the straw that broke the camel’s back. And my hands were also sore from the massage, so I could not knit. I need a holiday from life I think.

I hope you have a warmer day than I am having. :-)

4 comments:

Grace said...

i hope you feel warmer and less achy very soon

trek said...

Feel better - and warmer! Personally, I vote for a turtlencuk with a double layering of sweatshirts/sweaters over the top. If you can sneak in a long-sleeved tee under the t-neck, all the better.

And woolly socks - goes without saying.

rita said...

Do you have any mitts? If not, knit some! They help to keep my hands warm at home. The principal's secretary's fingers get terribly cold so she always wears gloves with the fingertips cut off. One of these days I'm going to knit some for her.

Cold here, too. Enough!

Darcys Knotty Knitter said...

My neck is stiff a massage sounds awesome and I know my feet are so cold right now thinking I should knit some slippers.(((Hugs))))Darcy