Vince takes blood thinners so I feel certain that’s part of the “problem” but he is always cold. He’s cold when the a/c is on. He’s cold when the heat is on. He’s comfortable when I’m about midway through feeling like I’m fixing to have a heat stroke.
I mentioned that night before last, he told me “Get away! You are too hot!” Again . . not in the context most women would appreciating hearing.
Before we went to bed last night, I asked if he cared if I slept with the windows open in the bedroom. Our low last night was 25 I think. It’s going to be 14 tonight and 9 the next two nights. When I was here by myself last winter, I slept with the window open and with lots of covers and I loved it.
He said “You can sleep with the window open til I get cold!” I said “You’re always cold!” He said “I guess you might as well not open the window.”
I knew there would be no noise from the road last night so I opened the window just a little. This morning Vince woke up about half an hour before I did, started pushing me and I said “What are you doing?” He said . . YOU left the window open . . you get up and close it before I get out of bed! True . . I was responsible for the cold bedroom so I got up and closed it. Of course, closing it didn’t make the bedroom any warmer. I got back in bed, and once we heard the heater come on, we waited a few minutes and then go up.
Vince told me . . maybe we’ll start using the downstairs bedroom for the master bedroom. I said “Why, because there are no windows?” Yep. I don’t know if this is weird or not but this is the first house we’ve ever had where the basement stayed warmer in the winter than the main level. I doubt we move our bedroom to the basement . . I would because it’s so dark and so quiet down there but Vince wouldn’t do that.
OK . . just what you wanted to know . . everything about our bedroom habits! 🙂