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Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Baby, It's Cold Outside . . .

So cold outside that I stay inside.

Yet I still feel frozen . . .

A good book has to be read, cold or not!

solved the problem

wool socks

fleece

gloves

(I can turn pages with those gloves on too!)

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20 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Good morning, Lynne! Is it cold inside too? I would think it is hard turning pages with gloves on? Stay warm! Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!

babs said...

Oh dear.....that's cold! It's not that way down here. 78, sunny and a perfect beach day for us!

barb said...

February is always the coldest month inside to me. What are you reading?

Pamela Gordon said...

Oh my. I agree Lynne as we had that extreme cold here for 3 days. We woke to fresh snow and freezing rain this morning but it's to be very mild with rain later on. Stay cozy and warm....it will soon warm up. Have a great week.

Pondside said...

I certainly hope it warms up for you soon!

Jeanie said...

I have fingerless knit gloves -- often used for early morning typing!

TexWisGirl said...

:) i don't miss those frigid northern winters!

Liz said...

Somedays it doesn't matter what you do, that cold just settles in! Lets hope for a warmup this weekend! Enjoy your book!
Liz

Gail said...

Hope it warms up for you soon.

Great minds find great solutions.

Have a blessed day.

A Joyful Cottage said...

Seriously? You're really that cold, Lynne? That's terrible! I couldn't stand it. I'd be under my electric blanket with my book. Warm hugs, Nancy

Missy George said...

Ha Ha...Cute post..

Pepper Medley said...

We had dangerously cold temperatures all of last week. Now a snowstorm, followed by an ice storm, and today things are beginning to melt. The ice and snow is falling from the trees and everything is dripping... LOL Winter..... ain't it fun!

Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

When I was growing up and lived in a colder climate, gloves, hats and scarves were the norm!
Spring and warmer days will eventually arrive.
Keep warm
Shane

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Here in Southern California it has been in the 80's. So pretty outside. I visited a dear friend in Maine once..and I nearly froze. I shook and no matter how many blankets were on the bed..(so many it was hard to even turn over) I shook..I shook until I landed again In Los Angeles. Most miserable 6 days ever! Had it not been for the wonderful company of my friend..who by the way didn't even wear a sweater in her home..no fire going in the fireplace, nothing. Went garage sailing with her and couldn't even get out of the car. The seats in her car were heated and I clung to mine..I only tried to exit the car once..ran to get back in and stayed cold the rest of the day..This was in Connecticut in October. Arrived on the 18th and the plane could not fly fast enough for me to get home.
So..Lynne dear, how are you other than being COLD! :):)
Hugs!!

Michelle said...

Cold here in Kentucky too! We have a wood stove, which does take off the chill!! Stay warm!! A good book is the perfect thing for a cold, winter day.

MarmePurl said...

Burrrrrr...

Bonnie said...

Are you still reading "Brooklyn"? It has been on my to read list for a few years. Stay warm!

Kim said...

For two days this weekend the temperature didn't move above zero. I was bundled up like you. Today, it was 54. Go figure!

Beth @ PlantPostings said...

Ha! I try to do the same thing on the really cold days. We keep the house cool, because it's so expensive to heat it. So, I wear long underwear, layers of shirts and sweaters, and two pairs of socks and slippers. Now we're warming up. I hope you are, too! :)

Linda said...

OH my dear....
Glad I am here...
Cheers!
Linda :o)