I think you're confused. I know you've got a great big job to do with weathering the whole world and all, so I understand some mistakes every now and then, but this is the 2nd winter in a row. Which makes me think I should probably bring it to your attention.
I LIVE IN FLORIDA. The TAMPA BAY area of Florida to be exact. It is NOT supposed to get into the 20's at night, and we're most DEFINITELY not supposed to not get above something in the 40's during the day. I think maybe you're confusing us with some other state. The only thing I like to do in the cold in snowboard, and since Florida doesn't have mountains, I don't really want it to get cold enough to snow here.
This week is better than last, but it seems to be getting cold again, so I thought I'd throw out a little note. Maybe that'll help. Good luck with the rest of your weathering duties! Merry Christmas!
Granted, this picture was taken two weekends ago, not this past weekend, but I still thought I'd share. This is how Chris and I sleep during the frigid Florida winters :
In our living room, snuggled up next to the fireplace.
Sorry for the picture quality, it was obviously dark when I took it!! We actually moved the mattress a bit closer to the fire too...this was just all I could move it on my own...it's heavy! Kodi sleeps behind us in the living room because he doesn't like the cackling of the fire, but he enjoys the warmth too.
Most Florida houses aren't equipped to handle 20 degree weather, but ours is even worse. We have no heat pump. Last winter, the warmest we could get our house was 64 degrees, and our heating bill was RIDICULOUS, so we've just accepted the fact that we don't have heat and deal with what we do have! We've actually got two space heaters that heat up our bedroom and office quite nicely, but there's something cozy about still moving our mattress out to the living room in the winter. It's like we're camping cozily. Just my style!
Hope everyone is staying warm this winter! I know, I'm a baby when it comes to cold...but I was born and raised in Florida...the central florida area, on the coast. I think high 60's is freezing during the day...40's?! That's just crazy talk!
Happy Monday! Hope everyone has a great week!
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