Oh. My. Goodness. I'm shivering just reading those words.
Jessica, it's not that bad. Once the temp goes below 0, you really can't tell the difference.*Can you see the sarcasm frozen to my words? On a normal day it would be DRIPPING from my words, but...you know.
The snot-freezing-in-your-nose factor is down to 5 seconds. (At least with nostrils as big as mine).
Insanity! I can't even imagine that. I walked into my garage this morning, opened the door, and a 40 degree gust of wind came shooting in and I thought, "Oh....it got cold again!" No kidding.
Yes, but if it were 95 degrees with 60% humidity we'd be sitting in the freezer trying to cool off and you'd need a sweater. :)
V - don't you love how you can squeeze you nose and it sticks/freezes that way. Fun tricks, I tell ya.
I thought V got grossed out about that kinda stuff? She hasn't responded since your last comment- Do you think she passed out? OR Maybe she tried it and she is passed out! Someone call V.Does that nose squeezing stick thing work when you are in the checkout lane and you get a drippy nose, and there are no klennexes anywhere? What's a girl to do? Use her shirt sleeve? I think not-
V started it. :0
I usually love the freezing-call-school-off days, but we still had to deliver papers. Bummer. We did have a no-AWANA-movie-night tho. Whoohoo!!!
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