Cold Weather is… Cool

Daily writing prompt
How do you feel about cold weather?

I’ve lived in pretty warm and tropical parts, and I’ve lived in some pretty cold and frigid parts. I prefer the cold. I can always layer up if it’s cold. But if it’s hot, there’s only so much I can take off ๐Ÿ˜•

I like the cold!

I used to have roses in my backyard…

Are you a hot or cold person?

Take care and God bless!

โœฟ Panda Mom Life โœฟ

25 comments

  1. Interesting question! I’ve lived in a dry/hot/arid climate my entire life and it’s awful. I currently have a pretty low tolerance for cold, but I’m hoping if I move someplace cold, I’ll be able to acclimate.

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  2. I used to love winter more than summer. I have very fair skin and sunburn was not my friend, as I get older and have joint pain & an autoimmune condition that affects my blood circulation I am always cold so winter is painful. I do still enjoy cold seasons for the wardrobe and love eating soup and drinking hot drinks under a blanket.

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  3. Here in ROC city itโ€™s cold for six months and mild/hot the other six. I like the change but Iโ€™m also learning the older a person gets the harder it is to ward off the cold.

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  4. I definitely prefer hot weather, but that’s mostly because the cold aggravates my asthma, so I kind of have no choice, haha. But being cozy inside when it’s cold outside is probably my favorite.

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  5. Iโ€™m glad winter is done. ๐Ÿ˜† Itโ€™s not so much the cold weather but the short time of daylight gets to me. My ideal season is Spring when the temperature is between 15-25, thatโ€™s that sweet spot for me!

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  6. The frozen roses look so beautiful!!! And, I admire that you prefer the cold; I wish I could handle it better. I feel like I’m freezing if it’s below 80! So I’m definitely a hot weather person, hee hee! ๐Ÿฅฐ

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  7. We lived in FL for 40 years. That was enough summer to last three lifetimes. We returned to the Midwest of our childhoods upon retiring–to be close to family. But I’m with you, Yari–it’s easier to deal with the cold than the heat. As a Minnesotan once told me: “There’s no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing!”

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