You know those space heaters that are squat rectangular metal things? They have heating coils that glow orange/red and fan to blow the hot air out at you. They have a safety feature where if you tilt or knock one over they immediately quit blowing and making heat. That way you don't burn everything down.
Anyway, I think I'm related to those types of heaters because as soon as you lay me down, I quit making heat. I'll be warm, or warm enough until I go to bed but as soon as I tilt over I immediately become so shivery cold.
It's hard to fall asleep when you are shivery cold. I'll put on big thick socks and a knit cap and huddle up and shiver until I can get warm again. Sometimes I get warm right away and other times it takes a long time. Except for being related to those space heaters, I have no idea why this happens.
Once I warm up though, I'm good. And I warm up immediately. It is like one minute shivering and the next I'm okay. Then I fall asleep. Then later I wake up in the middle of the night and wonder why my feet are so hot and what the heck is all cockeyed on my head.
The Fine Print: One last Christmas card to show off. I made this one at a class so I don't know who made the background stamp. If I had to guess I'd say Hero Arts because many of the other things we used in that class were Hero Arts. Snowflake die by A Muse Studio. I hope yours was a good one.