It's 68 degrees here. Not to rub it in or anything. Off for a run in shorts and a t-shirt! :)
Mary- That sounds nice and comfortable... no thanks :)
Coming from the England I'm not even sure I've known -10C let alone -10F! Or as I now like to call it, -10WTF!Has your beard grown back yet?PS love the fact that Mary's avatar is a fine sandy beach with clear blue sea :(
Chr15- I shaved my face nice and clean for Christmas family photos and I miss it! Makes a huge difference. We didn't buy a home at 8200ft expecting sunny beaches :) I love living here and everything that comes with that. Hardship is a very good thing whether it be financial or climatic. We are rarely shaped by the comfortable and easy while difficulty is like a chisel to stone.
Well CR15, when it gets to -40, its the same Celsius or Fahrenheit...so I guess that's math's way of saying its so farking cold it doesn't matter anymore...
Wow, and I thought 32F for tomorrow's 6pm run is gonna be cold here in south texas!On a side note, glad you are truly enjoying your newly discovered path. Your's and chuckiev's blog are diligently followed. Good stuff here and there.
i used to run all the time outside when it was -40C...without a beard!i'm just sayin'.....
I have a good growth coming on at the mo, about 8 weeks. It's gotta come off soon though for a new passport photo. :(I'm trying ot decide whether I'd prefer your minus stupid cold temperatures or our incessent rain... I think i'd go for the cold.
Ya, the passport photo is kind of a biggie. In this day and age you kind of want to eliminate hassle. After living in Seattle for years I would take the cold over the rain. At least it's sunny here. Sunny and 20 is better than rainy and 40 for sure.
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