Monday, December 05, 2005

Why the heck isn't it Wednesday yet?

My cubicle is f-f-f-f-freezing. Seriously.

I'm wearing my coat and g-g-g-gloves (difficult to type, but I'm making do) and my scarf and I'm starting to lose feeling in my t-t-t-t-toes (encased in winter boots)

And for once, it's not just me - the men I work with are complaining too. You know it's cold when the men start complaining!!!

Gotta get back to work. B-b-b-bye!

7 comments:

Scrivener said...

It's freezing here too. Well, not so much that it's freezing. More like, it's really cold outside and it was pouring when I walked two miles to school this morning, and I got drenched and my socks and jeans are soaked.

moxiemomma said...

are they trying to save money on their heating bill? everyone here has dropped their thermostats a degree or two in an attempt to save oil/gas/electricity. our rates for electricity are going up 81% this winter--i can only imagine the fear that strikes in the hearts of businesses!

or maybe it's just something completely mundane that has caused this freezingness?

Jenn said...

My theory is that the uni thinks it will keep us all awake and hoppin! Of course, I just huddle under my desk wrapped in my winter parka and hibernate like a chubby bear.

Ha!

;)

liz said...

The heat just seems to be broken. The other cubicle areas are nice and toasty, it's just this section of the building that is frosty.

My co-worker who comes from Rochester, NY is wearing his winter coat. That's COOLLLLD.

Oh! And it's snowing!

halloweenlover said...

It is freezing in my office too! Like numbing cold, my fingers hurt, my toes are frozen.

Running2Ks said...

You are smarter than I. You are wearing gloves.

Suburban Turmoil said...

Have you thought of getting a little tiny heater for under your desk? I have one of those at my desk in the sunroom here at home. When I'm working on a project and get really, really cold, it keeps my feet warm...