Temperatures are dipping. The wind is blowing. The cost of heating is expensive.
And the Christmas gift of the year was a Snuggie.
My family knew I didn't need a Snuggie because I have a Lucy.
Lucy likes to snuggle up in my bathrobe. So when I get cold I wear my Lucy.
As tempting as it may be to hover in front of the fireplace or near the furnace vent before heading out into the cold temperatures and chilly winds of the winter weather, this is also a bad idea. When you step out into the chilly wind and chilly temperatures, you will be warm for only a few seconds, a minute at best. Bundle up instead of hovering, and allow your body temperature a few minutes to adjust before going out.