Don't wear long johns to go feed the chickens. (Not that they chickens did anything, they are well behaved chickens.) No, it's when you lose some weight your long johns will fall to your knees while your trudging though knee deep snow, and you can't pull them up as you're caring two gallons of water, then the crotch of the long johns kind of act like a "scoop" and do not help, more like hinder or impede your step.
Then as a added bonus, they become very wet, so now you have heavy, wet long johns around your knees. When I got into the garage (That's where the coop is at) I set the two gallons of water down and hiked up the long johns, oh, the fun that I had pulling up wet cold long johns and going back to the house. This time I kept a hand on them to keep them up when I went back to the house.
I'm now in the house wearing sweats.
21 hours ago