I am a northerner.
- My family lived way up north in the mountains our entire childhood, and I never absolutely traveled far from home until after I graduated college and got married.
I met our husband in college, and he was from down south. He did not have much family down there, so we never went to visit until after we were married. The people I was with and I stayed with his cousin for a week, and that is when I decided that residing down south was not for me. It was October, and it was warmer than our hottest warm season mornings up north. I felt like I was melting. Long story short, our husband got an absolutely relaxing work down south, and we moved down there. The people I was with and I have been here for several years now, and I still cannot kneel the tepid temperatures. My best buddy is My husband jokes and says that I love over him. I never go outside while in the warm season weeks unless it is absolutely necessary. I spend most of our mornings either in our office at work or in our residing room. I do manage to go outside a little more while in the Winter season time, however it is still usually about sixty degrees. I use the in our home year round, and it helps myself and others cope with residing in such a tepid and humid temperature. My husband is so used to the heat that he does not like the frosty home as much. He complains all the time about being frosty while he is in the house. He gets absolutely frosty at evening as well, so I bought him a heated blanket, and it has helped. I wish we could find a cheerful medium.