The only things that are supposed to be cold and wet are the noses of dogs and cats. At least dogs- I'm not sure about cats. But I am sure that my feet aren't supposed to be. I had to walk thru saturated ground to get to visit difficult child today, then sit there with wet feet for almost 2 hours then drive home. I don't know if I will ever feel warm again! I feel bad for difficult child- I could come home and put on warm dry socks- he isn't allowed to change his socks until he takes a shower tonight and his feet got wet, too. They have to wear paper-thin sweats, although they do get a coat and gloves. They get thermal underwear for Christmas- I guess no one in Department of Juvenile Justice cares that we are already having temps in the 20's.