Cold All Day, But Not All Night

How hot do YOU like it?

I’m talking about the bedroom, of course.

I’M TALKING ABOUT THE TEMPERATURE OF THE ROOM, YOU SICKO!

I cannot get it cold enough and I have resorted to desperate tactics.

Fans (yes, multiple)? Check.

 

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Nice and Cool
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Window? Wide Open.

Blanket? Flung to the end of the bed, in a crumpled heap. (We have one cotton blanket. The 100% wool ones of my youth would cause me to die an early death. Electric blankets are things of my nightmares.)

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Too hot!
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This “hotness” is a new thing for me as I have spent my life perpetually freezing. During my days in an office, I had to learn to type with gloves on because I would lose feeling in my fingers. I also melted several pairs of shoes by placing my feet directly on a space heater. My present job is not one that keeps me bound to a desk, but it does require me to attend meetings. These meetings are held in large hotel ballrooms which, in my experience, are arctic caves- no windows to let sunlight in and air conditioning cranked up to HIGH. I am famous for layering my clothing and I make sure to always pack my black belted sweater.

This sweater is great- it can be dressed up and dressed down, depending on what I pair with it. It has been to Asia, Europe and even the Caribbean (it gets cold on airplanes!) multiple times. (I bought the sweater in college, at a time when I was measuring everything in ‘POB’- pitchers of beer- and that sweater was A LOT of pitchers, and so, I almost didn’t buy it. I thank god fashion trumped that day as well as for college boys who could be depended on to buy beer!)

 

Sometimes, my trusty sweater isn’t enough, and I have to brave the airline owned fleece blankets, just for some relief from the cold. Dual climate control in my car has saved my marriage on more than one occasion, and I believe heated seats are one of the greatest gifts mankind has ever received.

To sum it up: Daytime= freezing cold. Nighttime= unbelievably hot.

And, therein lies the problem…

Comments

  1. I like to be cold at night and that is no problem, my husband likes the house cold so I am typically in a sweater, pink robe and plenty of blankets at night. When I worked, I had your exact problem and on airplanes, I have the little blanket with me. I do feel for you though, I would hate to be hot at night.
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  2. I live in a tropical country, so for most the day, I’m sweltering. So fans are on full blast all around the house. At night, I have the A/C on for an hour on timer, to cool the room. And yes, fan on full blast. I have a thin cotton blanket that gets used maybe half the night.

    Fans are awesome!
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  3. The only time I’ve ever had this “overheating” problem you speak of is when I was pregnant (and for several months after). I am always cold! But the pregnant version of me sweats up a storm.
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