Handsome dog & chillingly beautiful icy branches, Romes. I can almost feel the cold in my bones.
We've been hitting the low 60s/high 50s (degrees Farenheit) at night here in Hawaii. We left the cold Mainland over 17 years ago & neither of us can tolerate the cold anymore. My joints hurt when it gets in the 60s.
For those of you who pooh-pooh my sad tale because you are digging out of a 6 foot snow drift or your ice-laden tree fell down and blocked your driveway, please remember we don't have furnaces or fireplaces. I feel your pain when I watch the evening news and see the icy roads and blizzard conditions. It's just that there are days/nights when I would dearly love to curl up in front of a nice, warm fire. Instead, I do laundry. The dryer helps to warm our condo.