Nights are feeling longer, the days shorter and I definitely prefer to snuggle under the blankets for as long as I can. There's no doubt that Fall is here and the mercury is dropping. When I wake up, I'm more groggy than normal and there's almost a seasonal disorder that hits me. I'd rather crawl under a rock (albeit a soft and warm, cozy rock) and stay there.
I'm starting to understand and appreciate why bears hibernate. When I was younger, I didn't care as much; or my body didn't anyway. Now, my body is screaming at me for so violently yanking it out of a cove of comfort and warmth, just so it can be dragged around all day, "being busy."
Thank God for sweaters. They're like adult hoodies. I used to sport a hoodie nearly every day when I was a student. That was my idea of fashion back then. They were made of fleece - like some are now - and soooo soft. I'd bury myself in them without a care in the world. Now as a (somewhat) mature individual with an actual sense of what looks good on me, I've traded in hoodies for sweaters. Nice oversized, soft sweaters in some type of knit, usually in a shade of grey. Preferably cashmere if I can help it. Sometimes I'll even sleep in it.
What do you do to stay comfy during the day?