Wonderful how differently we all interpret "cold". For so many of you cold is REALLY cold as in ice and snow. For Imafan and those of us in the deep south cold means wearing jeans instead of shorts, closed toe shoes or cowboy boots instead of sandals and flip flops and wearing a lite weight jacket or sweater and socks.
My brother and SIL recently moved from Denver to Florida. SIL has always lived in a cold climate. Her entire winter wardrobe is geared to extreme cold. All of her boots are fleece lined. Not at all suitable for southern winters. I took her shopping yesterday and she purchased a stunning pair of cowboy boots. She will be able to wear them year round.
The downside of the shopping trip is that the sales associate asked if she was my DAUGHTER!
After a moment of thought I realized that she is young enough to be my daughter. OMG! My brother is 10 years older than she is and she is younger than my youngest sibling. I told the associate that she was my sister by another mister.
Getting old sucks.
Anyway - I sincerely hope we do not have a winter like we had last year - 2 or was it 3 ice storms in south Louisiana - unheard of!
Stay warm. Hope you all had a warm and wonderful ThanksGiving.