(That's "feels like -8" in American.)
It is very, very cold out there! Having ventured out, I suggest curling up at home with a cup of tea. I like the sun, but the deep freeze that comes with it makes me miss the snow from yesterday!
Gross. I hate winter. Bah!
Hmmm. That is way, way, way to cold. Stay at home and out of that frigid weather. Carla-I'm so happy to live in Atlanta, GA were it's 61 F or 16 C :)
Wooo! Cold! We're only at Feels Like -9 here today. I'm jealous in a funny way.
Hee, hee! I just came in from a walk and was complaining to my son that it was way too cold--it's 1C (33F). In my defense, I am a tropical baby.
oh my god. I can't even imagine. SO COLD. Can't. handle. the cold.
i would've killed for that yesterday and the day before. we were about -37C with the windchill. and some northern parts of Manitoba were -41C with the windchill.it's so. cold. isn't winter the greatest! :s
We didn't get that cold, but we had some darned cold sunny days earlier in the week. Now it's warmer, and snowing lots.
yikes! stay warm!
Only a tough Canadian can tolerate, sometimes appreciate, and always joke about winter temps, including windchill ('feels like'factor). It's -22°C in Regina and we're going skating in an outdoor rink today. ;o)
It was like that yesterday in Ottawa too. Good thing we have warm woolie things to wear!
There was a t-shirt I saw from Arizona or some such place that had a skeleton on a lawnchair and the caption was "But it's dry heat!" There's got to be a "feels like" equivalent t-shirt for the subzero set, eh?I think I don't knit fast enough for this weather :-)Lee Ann
yep - it was about that cold here too!!!! brrrr!
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