I’m cold

I’ve said all along that I feel exactly the same without a thyroid as I felt with one, but that’s not exactly true. One of the side affects I had been warned about was sensitivity to cold, and I’m definitely feeling that. It’s now November and the temperature drops into the 40s at night and we’ve had a few days where it barely cracks 60. I’m cold all the time. I am going to need to crack open the LL Bean catalogue and get some winter wear.

Oh well, if this is my biggest problem, I can handle it.

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One Comment on “I’m cold”

  1. Jane says:

    How are you?


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