First off do they realise it isn’t summer in the rest of the world?
Secondly, I skipped day 4 as quite simply I have no idea how to do it. It is poorly explained and I was so lost.. So screw it.
Now onto Day 5. For this one, all you have to do is describe your perfect reading spot during summer. Well, guess what, it isn’t summer, it’s the middle of winter. So instead I am going to describe where I generally read in Winter.
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Okay, so where I live it gets cold but not freezing. There isn’t snow or anything but the last couple mornings it has been down to -3 which is cold compared to the temps I’m used to in Summer where it can get up past 50. So yeah it’s cold atm.
So I have two reading spots. And it all depends on whether it is windy or not.
If it isn’t windy I will sit outside on the patio. As we only have normal outdoor chairs that aren’t that comfortable I wheel my big office chair out there. I sit next to the table with my feet either on one of the chairs or upon the table, whatever is comfortable at the time. I generally have my big Kmart blanket with me too as it is great. It is HUGE. I put it behind me and sit down in it and then wrap it around my legs & shoulders. So it’s like a burrito.
Now if it is windy then I don’t sit outside. Instead I sit on my lounge chair. It is right under the heater so I will most likely have it on. Then I will just curl up on my chair with my Kmart blanket & a pillow to lean on. It’s pretty simple. No matter if it is winter or summer I generally only read at home. There isn’t anywhere nice to go and read like a park as all the parks are on the main highway and it’s too noisy with all the trucks heading through town. So I just stay at home.
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