You poor fellow. <br>It's not snowing in Chicago right now, but we're averaging about 30 degrees, while you're averaging about 50. <br>30 is considered warm here, compared to the low teens when life becomes grey and dismal.<br>Be grateful of your climate!<br><br>
Loc: The Wizard's Balcony
Hello Tess, you finally posted!!! Yayyyy!!!!! <---- Margaret moment.<br><br>I'm sure you haven't forgotten how crappy a week of 40~50 degrees at about 2000% humidity can feel. Everything's soaked and cold.<br><br>
No Trey, I haven't forgotten how crappy that weather can feel. Look at it like this: Our bodies are essentially made of water. 2000% humidity can feel horrible to your mind, but your skin and body gladly accept it, and correct me if I'm wrong, but it may even be healthy for you (the whole sauna/sweat theory). In Chicago, the air becomes dry and the wind negates any moisture that would be there to comfort your skin in the first place. Not only is it balls cold here, but my skin is chafed, cracked, and resembling that of a reptile. I've even quit using water based moisturizers b/c when i walk outside, the water in the products freezes inside of my skin. Body oil helps. Sure - the grass is always greener on the other side, but this time, the grass REALLY IS greener on your side. (p.s. had fun yesterday chatting)<br><br>
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