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Thursday, November 17, 2005

The bill will just never go down

I finally had to click on the heat early this morning after much resistance. FUCK.

How true it is that when it is chilly outside, you just so do not want to climb out of the bed? It is just so much harder.

Yep, that is the sum of the thoughts in my head. I am officially boring.

Elizabeth at 10:15 AM

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at 11:49 AM Blogger Danielle said...

gurl (pulling covers off you)

get the hell out of bed! lol

 
at 2:57 PM Blogger Nap Queen said...

Oh, I so feel your pain. I got up 30 minutes late today. I love warm flannel sheets.

 
at 6:35 PM Anonymous Adrienne said...

This morning when I went to work it was three degrees F here. THREE. I feel your not-getting-out-of-bed pain.

 
at 5:33 PM Blogger Snickrsnack Katie said...

We had to start putting the heat on, too. Here in Houston it was 40 degrees this morning!!! And why is it that in the summer you want the temperature to be like 68 degrees in the house, but in the winter you only feel comfortable at like 74 degrees? Is that some cruel trick of nature, or something?

 
at 6:33 PM Blogger Sometimes Saintly Nick said...

Not boring, but realistic! I do not want to get out of a warm bed and into a cold room! That I am now doing this is because I have made the decision to keep the thermostat down so that I can afford my utility bill and my mortgage payment.

 

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