Go West young man go west. A day like today the further West I drove, the warmer it got. I was wearing a pair of sweats and a t-shirt. My heavy winter coat was on the passenger seat next to me. I think my blood is getting “winter thick”. Considering my perfect temperature inside and out is 73 degrees, the thought of being “comfortable” at around 50 degrees wearing a t-shirt is a strange thought.I have noticed that the 50-60 degree range always feels colder before the first extended freezing spell in the fall than it does in the springtime. Perspective. It changes everything!
I have the same exact room that I did week one of training. Walking in again, it felt small. I did a WHOA! – this is NOT a small room. But the last two rooms I was in was a 3-bedroom suite instead of a 1-bedroom suite. It is smaller. But it is by no means “small”. Perspective – again. Hmmm.Then I hung up my clothing in the closet. For S & G’s I decided to “organize” my clothing by color. My winter wardrobe is missing yellow and orange, as it should don’t you think? (Those are much more spring and summer colors.) I almost re-arranged it just to not feel quite so OCD. Again, a perspective issue so please don’t take my clothing arranged by color as an OCD issue. My home closest is by no means organized or coordinated. In fact, I use those plastic hooks that five shirts can hang vertical. My closet is a bit over-packed. It is time to get the summer clothes out of there again. I’ve been too busy this fall to swap out the closet. By the time I “get around to it” it might just be time to bring the summer clothing out again.