20 Things You Won’t Miss About Winter

Spring starts
It’s officially spring now! The Vernal Equinox today signifies the end of winter. Rejoice in the fact that you no longer have to deal with these wintry nuisances.

Driving in the snow

Driving in the snow.

Slippers in winter

Wearing slippers out of necessity.

Wearing layers

Dressing in layers. Each morning is no longer a strategy meeting with yourself based on actual outdoor temperature and potential indoor temperature.

Runny nose in winter

Blowing your constantly runny nose.

Dry winter skin

Applying lotion and lip balm every ten minutes. You never look this happy during the war against dry skin.

Shocking yourself on a door knob

Shocking yourself on a door knob.

Warmth from cat

Trying to convince your apathetic cat to sit on you. Please share your furry warmth, cat.

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Bad Hot Chocolate

Drinking terrible hot chocolate. No more attempting to buy relief from the cold in the form of hot brown water.

Shoveling snow in winter

Shoveling. So much shoveling.

Going into stores for warmth

Ducking into stores for a moment of warmth and pretending to be interested in whatever they’re selling.

Wearing winter jackets

Wearing encumbering jackets.

Brown Dirty Snow

Watching the sparkling white snow turn into a brown sludge.

People in warm climates

Listening to friends in warm climates brag about their beautiful weather. Shut up, friends.

Warm climates

Fantasizing about moving to warm places.

Seeing your breath in winter

Seeing your own breath.

Falling on Ice

Slipping on ice, injuring body and pride.

Dressing for winter

Covering up from head to toe. It’s been forever since your arms and legs felt direct sunlight.

Winter Hat Hair

Rocking some pretty bad hat hair. (When you don’t look like Jessica Biel.)

Complaining about the cold

Listening to people complain about how cold it is.

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Terrible winter weather

Wishing it weren’t winter anymore.

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