When you’re sitting outside, minding your own business, and suddenly it starts raining.
When you get home and you are soaked through and through and you sit in front of the heater to defrost.
When you try to run to catch the bus and slip on the ice and give yourself a serious butt bruise.
When you don’t pay attention for one second and someone cuts in front of you and makes the green light at the last second leaving you waiting in traffic.
When the neighbor’s kid thinks it’s a great idea to pelt you in the face with a snowball.
The precise amount of time it takes you to get under the blanket as soon as you walk in the house.
When you develop the perfect method for ensuring maximum comforter coverage in the wee hours of the night.
That moment when you finally reached the end of your work day, after sitting in two hours of traffic and all you want is for someone to tell you everything is going to be okay.- Advertisement -
When your boyfriend comes near you with his freezing feet/hands/mouth.
What people on bicycles zooming around you while you sit in traffic look like to you.
And how they actually feel.
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Your response when someone announces that they just love winter.
When you have no choice but to share your umbrella with someone else.
As soon as you turn on the heat in the car.
Your response when someone announces that it’s hailing outside.
When you were sure that the puddle just couldn’t be that deep and you try to step in it.
When you’re stuck in a traffic jam and you try to get around it using a shortcut that only you know.
One minute after lying to your boss and telling him you’re sick and staying at home.
What you really want to do when someone wakes you up when it’s clearly a snow day and tells you to get out of bed.
Waiting for the first hot cocoa of the season.
When your coat isn’t doing anything for these subzero temperatures.
Your response, 2 seconds after sitting on a wet chair.
When you are trying to decide if you should leave your comforter.
When you think you’ll be at work on time and then Waze adds 35 minutes cause people don’t know how to drive when the weather is anything other than sunny and 60.
When someone comes into work sick.
When the sun comes out and you can leave the prison that is your home.
When the boss is 3 hours late cause of the weather and everyone is fooling around and then someone shouts that he’s on his way up.
What it feels like when you open the window in the car just a crack.
When you make it all the way up your front walk without slipping once and it’s more incredible than a dog on a scooter.