It's no surprise to anyone that knows me what a delicate petal I am - being born & raised in the sub-tropics means that cold (and this is anything under 16 degrees Celsius.. erm... about 60 degrees Fahrenheit for those of you on the Imperial spectrum) causes me to whimper and hide under blankets.
So you can guess just how much sympathy I have when I hear that one of my adopted soldiers is not coping well with the change in temperature from home (TX) to "over there".
Fuzzy fleece sheets (we call them Flannelet over here in Australia) found, ordered and now on their way to him.
Must remember to start signing off on my letters to him as "Stay safe - Stay Warm" :)
Edited to add.... I lamented to a friend (V) that I really wished I could afford to send JJ a Texas flag blanket to keep him extra warm & toasty. V's google-foo is legendary and she managed to track down just the very thing at an affordable cost. So now there's even more warmth heading my soldier's way