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Offline JudiBlueEyes

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Re: How do YOU handle the cold?
« Reply #40 on: October 12, 2018, 12:09:47 am »
Yes it is!  I love the cooler weather seasons.  I don't tolerate heat well.  Even my mother who's moved to a warmer climate laments not experiencing the change of seasons and the cool crisp air here in the Northeast.
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Re: How do YOU handle the cold?
« Reply #41 on: October 12, 2018, 01:21:24 am »
cassie. Beware, you will be called a Liberal. ;D

Oh, I've been called plenty worse.


Isn’t it great that we all love different weather? And there is a place for us all on earth where we thrive. :)

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You know, I'm totally willing to endure the 100+ summers for those fantastic winters that are in the 70s. Match that with the sea breeze rolling in, and I love it here.

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Re: How do YOU handle the cold?
« Reply #42 on: October 12, 2018, 06:52:35 pm »

Isn’t it great that we all love different weather? And there is a place for us all on earth where we thrive. :)

Tony

Fortunately, we seldom see snow around here. But, it does get cold enough. And I know when the cold is on it's way. Getting old has given me a painful barometer called rhuematism. Warning for the younger generations: it's genetic. If your parents or grandparents got it, so will you.

It can sometimes be a pain getting cold weather gear. Most places only sell parkas, hats, and gloves as if Texas is part of Hawaii. Global climate change has not made it that warm in the winters yet.
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