Are you freezing cold in your stomping grounds? We are very, very cold here -- low of -17 tonight with a windchill -30 to -40. I am staying inside, but I have to go out tomorrow for therapy and a med appointment. I am considering the wisdom of layering 3 pants together, because I will freeze otherwise.
I hope you're feeling better today than yesterday.
We must be the change we wish to see in the world. -- Mahatma Ghandi
I hope under the 3 pants there is a pair of long johns. When I had a good distance to drive for work, well over an hour each way, I would pack on the layers and also pack a blanket, those hot hand warmers in case I had to pack myself in them. Just in case the car broke down.
Like you, I'll be heading out tomorrow but I really do not mind the cold. These days, I may put roughly 5,000 miles a year on my car.
Thank you for the well wishes.
Warm Hugs to you.
Amach As An Dorchadais. (Irish for: Out of the Darkness.)
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