Winter is known around our house as "The Season of the Blair." The man can put off some serious body heat. You only have to hold your hand up to within maybe 4 inches of him and you can literally feel the heat radiating off him. Since my body temperature hovers somewhere around 30 degrees even in the summer, I love it. I I follow him from room to room and it's like having my own portable heater.
Except something has changed. We've both noticed it. Often times lately we'll hold hands and I'll remark how cold his hand is or--and this is Twilight Zone weird--he'll comment on how warm my hand feels to him.
We were eating dinner the other night and Blair asked if the heat was on because he was freezing.
"What's up with that?" I asked. "Where did thermonuclear man go?"
"I don't know," said Blair.
"I bet I know what it is. You lost all that weight this year (he lost 25 lbs in Jan/Feb) plus you eat mainly a vegetarian diet because of me. Vegetarians are known to have lower body temps than meat eaters."
"So what you're saying is this is your fault," said Blair.
"I'm saying a cold body temp is the price you have to pay for looking hot," I said, winking.
Blair muttered something. "What?" I asked.
"I said I think I liked it better when I was fat and warm," said Blair.