As I have mentioned before, I HATE being cold.
To me, it is one of the worst feelings ever.
During the winter months I feel like I can never get warm.
And yes I understand I sound like a whiner considering I live in Oklahoma and not Antarctica.
But it’s my blog and I’ll whine if I want to.
Well my office is located in a very old house.
I’m talking real old, like built before the Titanic sank.
I like to pull out my random Titanic knowledge from time to time.
I was obsessed with Titanic information before, my love, Leo starred in the hit movie.
And then my love for Leo began after that.
I will never let go, Jack.
So anyways, I LOVE my office, but that ancient house doesn’t hold heat.
As soon as the heater goes off my office goes back to somewhere around 32 degrees. Give or take a couple of degrees.
Meanwhile the other people in my office are about to go crazy cause I can’t get warm enough and I continue crank up the heat.
Like I said, the hot people always win.
For the past two years that I have been in the office I always suffer during the winter time. I have been known to sit at my desk with my gloves on, and icicles hanging from my hair, shivering just to keep my blood circulating.
Some of that was exaggerated.
Well last week I was talking to a friend and she told me that she brings a blanket to work. Thus my brilliant idea was born.
A blanket with sleeves.
Of course somebody else already thought of this brilliant idea, this invention is definitely one of those that I sit back and think “why didn’t I think of that?”
So my brilliant idea was to pull the ole Snuggie out of my closet and bring it to my office.
Seriously, it was like the inventor thought of the Snuggie just for me. I can get my work done ALL THE WHILE staying nice and toasty.
Now that I’m warm I’m an all around much happier person.
I get grumpy when I am cold.
My cute hubby can testify to that fact.
Here I am working hard, totally NOT posing for a picture.
Ridiculous looking or not, I am a fan of Snuggies!
And for once I am the winner in the Hot vs. Cold debate.