Last night temperatures dipped to 40 degrees in the mountains. In the terrifying chaos of Monday’s events, I forgot to bring long pants. What to do? Someone said, “necessity is the mother of invention.” I say that anyone who wanted a Snuggie could save big bucks by turning their bathrobe backwards.
Well, I have good news for you. Anyone who wants a warm Poncho/Pantsuit combo can have one by wearing their Snuggie upside down.
I have always wanted my blog to have the kind of quality, life changing information given by my friend, high tech leadership guru, Michael Hyatt. The following information takes one step in that direction, except this not for high profile leaders. This is for cash strapped, fashion challenged folks like me, caught at 10,000 feet without long pants.
Steps to staying warm on a cold mountain night.
- Steal granddaughters Snuggie.
- Turn garment upside down.
- Step into the arm holes. (This may take more than one try)
- Tuck the neck of the Snuggie into the waistband of your shorts.
- Pull the back of the Snuggie up behind you and over your shoulders.
- Tie bottom corners of Snuggie to corners at Snuggie top.
- Brace yourself for gales of derisive laughter and a significant amount of discomfort.
- Do not allow your picture to be taken from directly in front or back.
Because of His grace yesterday. I can laugh today.