…that moment when you realize you are odd.

2014-2-19So, Diana drives the van and I drive the scooter.  On days when it is really rainy, and I am still driving the scooter, I need to put more and more layers on to stay warm!  With rain comes wind, and with wind comes cold, and a longer journey (as my scooter can’t reach top speed in windy weather).  I think if i had a heavy jacket like most people in the world, it wouldn’t be that bad.  Like, a winter jacket, or a parka.  BUT!  What’s the point?  I’d wear it for like, two weeks of the year.  SO!  what I do instead is wear every zip-up that I have.  Normal?  No.  But it does the job.

Yesterday I scooted over to a student’s house for a meeting, and I stepped into their porch soaking wet.  I took off my leather jacket, then a hoodie, then another hoodie, and then another hoodie.  I left my last hoodie on, cause it was a little chilly.  It was at the third hoodie that I realized it was probably kind of an odd thing to observe…  the clown-car of fashion decisions.

I tend to keep our house kinda chilly too…  Like, at night time, when we are watching TV, i need a blanket to wrap around my legs, or i get cold!  and, thinking about this scooter-hoodie situation, it got me thinking… do normal people just keep their house a little warmer, so they can sit at a comfortable temperature?  MAYBE.  that would be weird though… and a difficult temperature to achieve!  watching TV, i’d rather shiver than sweat.  Is that odd?  probably.

Meh, what do i care?  I’m warm!  so it takes me five minutes to get all my jackets on.

Have a great Wednesday everyone!

 

hack-ack

2013-9-24when i lived in saskatchewan, and it was much colder than it is here, the strings on a bunny-hug (which is what hoodies were called in saskatchewan) actually had a very essential purpose…. the prevention of windburn and frostbite!  Here, in the lower mainland, the strings on hoodies are really just a nuisance… something to chew on and get really gross looking.
anyhoo!  happy tuesday.  Try to cover your mouth to prevent the spread of germs!