I'm Cold! No, I'm Hot! No, I'm....


You know how Dr. M always has to pack a long sleeved shirt for me because I’m hot & can’t ever imagine being cold again? This same principal applies to weather patterns. Last week I was moaning about how warm it was & WOULD WE EVER SEE WINTER AGAIN??!! This was the thermometer when I left the house this morning. That looks a bit like winter – don’t you agree?

[Note: 64 is the indoor temp - just in case you were confused]
So of course I broke out the penguin hat because OH NO I’LL NEVER BE WARM AGAIN! Heh.


By noon I was shedding layers & wishing I had worn a tank top to work. And no, I am not having hot flashes! 

Anyway, enough whining – here’s a picture to help with your daily meditations. This is from our ramble yesterday. It was warm in the sun & chilly when the wind blew. Pretty perfect for a reptile like myself who needs outside forces to affect my body temperature. 


My goal for the week: 

Enjoy the days - 

all the days - 

every last one of the days...


Comments

  1. It was 50 degrees and sunny when I pulled up to my patient's home. I was wearing a hoodie and my down vest. I left a couple of hours later and froze all the way home. It dropped 15 degrees in 2 hours. I had to blast the heater to get warm.

    I love the peaceful photo and appreciate the reflection of the trees in the lake (or really big pond).

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  2. It looks like you could walk across that water, like Peter Sellers in Being There.

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  3. lovely photo of the trees and reflection

    Not completely convinced about the penguin hat - but whatever - there's always room for a little eccentricity in life

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  4. It has been INSANE around here... today, its in the 50's & sunny.. but literally by the end of the day, its gonna be in the 30's & SNOWING.. WHAT?!?!?!?

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  5. Beautiful photo! It sounds like everyone's weather is a little wacky these days. Ah, climate change.

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  6. LOL - that a 7 Bruce - not a 1 :)

    Yes, I should probably limit the hat - but it's the first winter hat I've ever had that actually fits my head AND is warm. I just choose to ignore what I look like. Ha!

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  7. I love the penguin hat and the meditation picture. And your goal of the wek should be a t-shirt.

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  8. I thought the "7" was a "1" also, and that it was the temperature. 139 degrees...sounds like August in Texas. Haha!

    That's actually a pretty cool hat. :)

    S

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  9. Great photograph of the reflection of those lovely trees. Looking at it makes me feel at peace.

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  10. Came here for the first time through Carolina Linthead. FORTIES? You are just a kid. I LOVED being in my forties. But about YOUR blog. The penguin hat is priceless. Wear it with pride... or insanity.

    BEAUTIFUL shot of the reflections. I think we are having a bizarre winter. A week ago it was 62 degrees in Connecticut. Today it did not hit 30 where I live. I won't talk about the hot/cold thing. I'm forever not knowing how to dress. Although, in my home I would rather put on more layers than have it be too warm. More of an instant gratification, I guess?

    Following your blog now.

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  11. Beautiful photos, Bug!

    I covet thy hat.

    It's a crazy non-winter, isn't it?

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  12. Love the hat. My niece got me a giraffe hat this Christmas. I wore it one cold day and forgot I had it on, and people seemed SO DANG FRIENDLY. Smiling all the time.

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  13. I know what you mean. I need an internal thermostat!

    Love your thermometer/clock. We got Dad one of those and he loves it. Perfect gift for a shut-in.

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