When I was younger I grew up in one of the snowiest areas in the United States; usually by October or so, a few inches of snow have already accumulated outside in addition, all of the snow doesn’t melt away until some time in April! Given the weather conditions I was raised in, I was taught to embrace the joys of Winter time in addition to seeing all of the snowfall. For example, my parents consistently would go and take us to go skiing in the winter, but skiing has consistently been one of my favorite parts of the Winter time ever since I was a little girl. As I got older, I started to care about the freezing a lot more even though into really care about freezing when it comes to skiing though, the last few times that the people I was with when we went skiing, I have been our cause for every break we’ve taken. After a few minutes, my feet start to get really cold and they go numb, but by the afternoon, I was insistent that we take a break for dinner; I have never felt relief like I did that day when I entered the cabin. I took my boots off in addition to sat right beside the heating unit to get warm. I had my feet as close to the vent as possible without burning them on the heater’s surface because that would hurt. I parked myself in front of the gas furnace for so long that my entire family had already finished their dinners by the time I pulled myself away from the nice and warm air to get myself a meal. Luckily, the heat gave me the push I need to recharge in addition to get back to the slopes and the cold. By the end of the afternoon, I was desperate to return to the heat again. Even though I had so much fun on the slopes, I was so excited to get back into my home’s heating unit. My boyfriend and I had a new gas furnace installed last winter, so our lake home is consistently warm and very cozy.
October 20, 2020
October 20, 2020