I’m Starting To Think I Have A Problem With Cardigans And Sweaters
I think I've finally come to terms with this, but you might relate.
I think it was a couple of weeks ago, or maybe last week, who knows anymore - it was an extremely cold day here in Sedalia. Like, go outside and you'll regret it cold. So I finish my on air shift for the day, time to go to my office and do some "writing". I was trying to concentrate and do my scheduling, etc, but I just couldn't. I was too cold!
Maybe it is, maybe it isn't, but my office doesn't feel like it has much heating in it. Of course, that means I keep an "office sweater" on my chair. That way I can put it on if I get too cold, and not mess with the whole office by changing the thermostat. Seems only fair, right? This is what it normally looks like.
To my dismay, I realized I had kept my "office sweater" on when I went home the day before. When my lunch break came, I had to go home and get my sweater. And a backup.
That way if I forget and wear my office sweater home, I'm ready for the next day. Husbando said I should just do that all the time, because I have so many of the things. And apparently over the years, I've...accumulated a few. I guess I didn't notice, since they tend to live on the back of a chair.
Do hoodies count? Cos we have a lot of those, too.
I suppose I should just be grateful that I have these things when it gets cold. What's wrong with having different types, anyway? Colors, fabric, how heavy or light it is... these factors all vary. And it's not like I'm the only one that has a ton of a certain thing. Husbando has more hats than you can shake a stick at. Ball caps, beanies, furry Russian hats, stocking caps, you name it, he's probably got it.
What do you think? Is it too many to have or am I good? Do you keep an "office sweater" or "work sweater" just in case?