Normally I Wouldn’t, but It’s on the Schedule…

How’s it going?

Anyway, let’s get to it.

The radio told me it was 29 degrees where they were broadcasting out of. But I should have known it was cold because of the frost on the shingles on the porch area outside my window.

And today I’m going shopping. On a super cold day–a day I normally wouldn’t want to go outside.

But now that it’s been established, I can’t push this trip to another day. I’ve already scheduled things around it (including the post you’re reading now).

This is a little bit akin to me liking routine, which I do, and having to get things done. But that still doesn’t mean I don’t cave in to human nature now and then (like sleeping with no alarm, and still managing to get up at 6:30).

But it’s also about fighting to keep some semblance of a schedule (and on the other side, some semblance of a life), when I have client work, negotiations, my own projects, and what-have-ya I’m trying to work through.

Drop me a line in the comments. Do you like to go out on cold days, or would you rather not?

And who knows? By 11 in the morning, it could be 40 or 50 degrees. We’ll see.

Until next time,



About Ty Mall

Thanks for stopping by. I've almost always been interested in writing, among other things. Along with discovering pop culture, I've uncovered a lot about the craft over the past 10 years. And whether you're a fiction writer or email copywriter, I'm here to pass on what I've found out. And have a ton of fun in the process.
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2 Responses to Normally I Wouldn’t, but It’s on the Schedule…

  1. Pete says:

    I have to tell you Ty I do miss the ‘cool’ weather back home.
    I am temporarily in Texas and can not understand why people here put up with 94 degree temp’s in November. On Monday I spoke with my daughter, back home, and she said it had not gone below zero yet but was still in the warm single digits. I have lived 20 years in the wilderness of Alaska and loved the winters. At my cabin in January and February I deal with temperatures ranging between -20 to -30 and the only time I thought it might be a bit cold was when at -48 and I went outside and tossed my steaming cup of coffee in the air it bounced when it hit the ground because it had frozen.

    So I say enjoy your 29 degree heat wave!

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