When I went to college way down south for our junior and senior year, our idea of what true cold is and the locals idea of what true cold is were numerous undoubtedly different things. I came from an section that was experiencing temperatures that were dipping into the disadvantage 30s at evening while I was in our Spring year. My parents were telling myself and others about it over the phone, as I was kneeling in our overheated dorm with it being a mere 52 degrees outside. Many afternoons I would go around in shorts on campus and people would suppose I was trying to be a tough guy or something, and no, it just felt hot in comparison to what I was used to. In fact, I thought the weather was awesome throughout our Spring year. I really did resent how high the thermostat was in the dorms though. It was the kind of temperatures I would be setting if I was in disadvantage degree weather, for goodness sake! In the afternoons, when I would head to class, it would often be in the 40s, but not for long, however everybody I would pass on the path would be dressed up for the Arctic and I would breeze by in a T-shirt. The classrooms themselves were similarly overheated, then occasionally, I would know a strong urge to open the window, but then other students would look at myself and others love I was insane. These fragile little butterflies really did not know what true cold was and I was pretty tired of perspiring in the middle of Summer because of excessive heating!
July 29, 2020
July 29, 2020