Too cold to write

I want to be writing.  I would be writing, if it weren’t so cold in the house.  Sometimes, I go outside, and it’s warmer outside than inside.

I could wear layers-in the past I have-and it’s still cold in my room.  Rob says I have poor circulation because I’m always cold.  Except if that were the case, wouldn’t it be my extremities-fingers, toes, etc-that would be cold?

This starts with the tops of my thighs and the backs of my upper arms.  And this can happen when I’m wearing a thermal shirt, a t-shirt, and a hoodie.  My nose and fingers do eventually get cold, which can make it even more difficult to write.

The heat is set to come on when the temp in the living room is about 65.  Or at scheduled times, like 5am, 7am, 4:30pm, 6pm, midnight.  Or something like that.

So I’m thinking that I’ll be heading to Lowe’s, or Home Depot, to get a small space heater because I’m tired of being too cold to write and having to hunch over myself to stay warm so that I can try to write.

The only other option is to go into a different room, and I know I won’t get much writing done if I do that.  Gaming computer and TV in the bedroom.  Not conducive to getting words out.

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I'm a writer in progress, and in my day job I copyedit/solve puzzles.
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