It's 80 degrees? No offense, but I hate you.
I'm going to the PSU v MSU game this weekend - supposed to be a high of 28 degrees (yes, that's Fahrenheit) with 20 mph winds. Somehow I don't feel bad for you Suz.
That it's fall! Also, maybe that you need to put on regular shoes instead of flip flops. : )
I don't know what that means, but I'm exactly the same way. ALWAYS cold, no matter how warm the weather. Although I did break a small sweat on my morning hike with the dog... it felt more like 100 degrees. Maybe that's because I was wearing all black...? :)
Okay, Carrie and Kristen, before you continue hating me, let me express that my question was apparently a very poorly worded attempt to convey that I have the chills and I think I have a fever.And I call myself a writer.
Sounds like you're coming down with something and need to take care of yourself. Get some chicken soup, juice, water and above all, get some rest. Jerry's is always a good call for the soup and Pink Dot can deliver everything else. Hmm...is Pink Dot still around? Feel better!
Sorry you don't feel well Boo! But I have to say that I was about to get all up in your grill about the temperature. I mean it's frickin' freezing here today. Although I have to say that I'm glad I'm not up in Syracuse any longer, they've been getting pummelled by lake effect snows. 2 feet, can you imagine!
I think it means you should rest up, drink fluids, and try to stay warm. Are any of your puffy jackets on hand?Seriously, take care. The last time that happened to me, it ended up being pneumonia. Sorry, don't mean to sound dire, but really do keep an eye on things....and as for the 80 degrees, it's roughly 20 here today, and snow is on the ground. :P
Hmmmm. Chills in a warm climate? My guess would be dengue, typhoid, or yellow fever. But, you know, I am not a medical professional. So don't let my vast knowledge gained from repeated exposure to exotic pathogens alarm you. you probably just need some nice cozy slippers. ;)It's 62 degrees in my house right now, and I'm feeling quite toasty for some reason. Maybe I have arctic malaria....
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