Same here Greg even though we are spoiled living in Southern Arizona
whereby, here, today it will be 64° and sunny. But it drops down into the
30s overnight. It goes down to my bones as well. I wish I could move around
It's kind of funny because when I met my husband and he was living in
Houston Texas he said that at least in the winter (when I was living in the
Northeast) we could put more clothes on but in Houston Texas they can't
take their clothes off. I said yeah but, for me, even putting more clothes
on doesn't help when it drops down into the teens in the winter and with
I AM thankful to see the sun every day and have the winters hang around
the 60s or by Sunday it is supposed to be close to 70° and Monday it will
supposedly get to 70°. I hope so!
On Thu, Dec 1, 2016 at 7:25 AM, greg <g...@eskimo.com> wrote:
> I get sore, stiff, ache, the back of my neck is strained from clinching
> and shivering. But even if I turn my heat up, so inside the house is warmer
> than it is in summer, I still feel colder, stiffer, etc.
> It goes to my bones.
> > It is just awful, it actually hurts to be that cold right?
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