I AM the person who rhapsodizes about the cold weather. I love it. It's more a running joke with everyone I know than anything else.
Also, I'm the "up and ready to go" in the morning. I'm no bright chipper morning bird, but I can set my alarm for 7:00 and be out the door within 7-9 minutes. It's all to do with planning and routine. I set everything out the night before, and I don't do hair and makeup unless it's a fancy date night. I wake up, get dressed, and I'm out the door.
I cannot stand people who always have time for exercise. Then again, with the rare exception of this forum, most of them are actually holding it above other people and no longer polite about it. I can't tell you how many times I've had people tell me that if I did XYZ every day, everything would be so much better for me, I'd look better, I'd feel better, and it would magically cure all of my health problems. The one time I did start an exercise routine, I took a day off of the treadmill because my knee was about to give out on me after driving home, and I was told that I shouldn't give up so easily, that if I push through the pain it will be so much better. Cue much eyeroll from me, because the last time I pushed through the pain, I ended up with a knee that ballooned to twice its size overnight and ruined my weekend plans.