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Post Re: Normal temperature but he prefers a cold room
I told Coy about this thread today. He said he was glad I found that out. Now he can tell people not to worry, it is just Lewy. I said, "Yes. I'll be more respectful of your unusual temperature requirements from now on. But now we also know that you cannot trust Lewy's judgement of how to dress outdoors. Just because Lewy is telling you that you are not cold doesn't mean the that wind chill couldn't harm you. You are lucky to have so many people who care about you and have better judgement than Lewy does!" I'm not sure that he fully bought into that, but next time we disagree about whether he needs a jacket at 15 degrees I'll bring it up again. :lol: And I really am going to try to hold my comments when he sits around in a 68 degree room half naked!

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Tue Feb 01, 2011 10:27 pm
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Joined: Fri Dec 31, 2010 3:07 pm
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Location: Minnesota
Post Re: Normal temperature but he prefers a cold room
Glory be! Coy got ready for his ride to pick him up for bowling this morning, and he put on a winter jacket, without any discussion or even a suggestion from me! It is a bright sunny day here, but the temperture was 0 when he left. A winter jacket was a good choice. :P Maybe that was just a coincidence, or maybe the message really did sink in -- trust the thermometer more than you trust Lewy about what to wear outside. I girl can hope ...

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Wed Feb 02, 2011 2:32 pm
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