You guess the South is cold

I care about living in this region of the country.

The terrain is so much more diverse and charming than the region I came from.

There are Rolling Hills and charming yellow trees everywhere you look. There are even some mountains and awesome hiking areas, which I try to take fortune of. The other thing that I really cherish is the weather. During the summer, it can be a major struggle to contend with the heat and humidity for 6 months straight. It gets outdated pretty quickly, and you spend a lot of time in the a/c as the summer time winds up. However, the real treat is when winter season settles in. That’s because my pal and I do not get a real winter, as far as I’m distraught. When I lived in the north part of the country, my pal and I experienced an dire winter season every single year. The dire temperature and weather conditions were the bane of my existence for 20 years. It lasted for 6 to 8 months, and controlled every aspect of your life. The cold air would absolutely get down to -20 degrees at times, and it was impossible to keep the cold air out of your house. I was consistently wrapped in blankets and kneeling in front of space heaters. It was consistently snowing and dumping ice onto the roads, making the whole experience even more miserable. The winter season is dragged from September to March, and there is no respite from the cold except for operating your extravagant Central furnace. When people complain about the weather in the South, I just laugh and remind myself how blessed I am to wear sweatshirts all winter season long.

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