Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical

Look mom, I'm updating in a timely fashion.

The hot water cut out near the end of my shower this morning.  But then the heat kicked on like right after I got out of the shower.

Last night weather.com was saying overnight low of 15F with a high of 27F for today (followed by an overnight low of 18F tonight).  Last year I went all winter without ever busting out my long winter coat (even though I kept expecting to -- yes, even when it was like 10F without the windchill) but this year I've been feeling the cold more (I blame sleep deprivation) so I was actually going to wear my coat, but I stepped outside and it just felt excessive, so I switched to my blue snowflake hoodie and was fine, both walking to and from work.  So I am apparently still made of polar bear.  [The morning shows at the gym were saying with the windchill it was -2F or 0F.]  Except I still don't have that kind of tolerance inside (my sweatshirt stayed on through most of the day at work).

Ah, New England -- weather.com Sunday night, predicted highs/lows for the week:
Mon: 27/18, Tues: 46/45, Wed: 57/34, Thurs: 35/15, Fri: 33/18


Quiet day at work -- which was nice, though then I'm less motivated to do the non-pressing stuff.  But I did do some stuff.

[gym] 45min treadmill, 4.0mph, 1.0incline
Tags: weather: new england, weather: winter

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