Thursday, December 17, 2009

You know it's cold when... (Part 1)


1) the locks on the INSIDE of your house are covered in frost;
2) you sniff outside because, well, the cold air makes your nose run, and your nostrils stick together;
3) you can't blink outside because the water in the corners of your eyes freezes instantly;
4) feet? what feet?
5) IF your car starts, you drive around on what feels like square tires all day;
6) even the kids and dogs don't want to stay outside for longer than absolutely necessary.

6 comments:

sherry ♥ lee said...

Oh you nailed that "cold" brilliantly. Now I need to go and put on 2 extra sweaters, just from reading this!! brrrrrr!

Kim Mailhot said...

We have one of those today ! -17C and -30 with the wind.I am also coughing my head off and feeling icky so no outside for me !!! I can hear the wind whipping around and I can see that frigid blue sky outside the windows of the studio. Chica will pee in the yard today !
Extra socks and a pashmina around me for the day !
Stay as warm as you can, lovely Kim !

Snap said...

It is cold if the kids and dogs don't want to go outside. Yuck!

Heather Plett said...

Ah yes, gotta love Canadian winters!

Thanks for visiting my blog! It looks like we have a few things in common. :-)

Beth said...

You win. Frozen locks inside??

(Add to the list – when the mice head indoors. I think I’m beyond your suggestion of using “Hire a Husband.” I need an exterminator. I’ve seen three mice scurry across the kitchen floor today. I got the screaming-meemies… They win.)

WrightStuff said...

Brrrrrr.... That sounds real cold. We woke up to snow today and it's falling again now. It's probably only a couple of degrees below freezing though. My sister's brand spanking new boiler has packed up. She is cold!