Come in from the cold can be understood as getting out of the cold and keeping your body warm. January 22 of every year in the United States is the day to celebrate Come In From The Cold Day.
There are many activities in cold weather such as: skiing, figure skating, snowman making... but one of the best activities is getting out of the cold to keep your body warm with a cup of hot cocoa or sit in front of a fireplace.
You can lose heat from transfer as soon as your body is in direct contact with cold objects in extreme cold weather, such as when sitting on a park bench or sitting on a cold floor without a heater. Although you wear many layers of clothing to keep warm, the wind can blow at you at any time.
For those who are adventurous and love snow, it is certainly not possible to miss outdoor activities with snow, or simply go for a long walk under the snow. But there are also many people, they have to work under the cold snow, scraping the layers of snow clinging to the road, obstructing traffic. Sometimes their work takes hours. And no matter how thickly dressed they were, it was impossible not to feel cold.
So the day coming from the cold encourages people to take some time to stop activities in the cold, sit back by the fireplace and enjoy a cup of hot cocoa to warm up their body.
The Origin of Come In From The Cold Day
No one knows the founder of Come In From The Cold Day, nor does anyone know why they choose January 22 every year to celebrate this day, just know that, perhaps after experiencing the cold winter, Many people wish to get out of the cold to warm themselves like a silence between blizzard days.
How to Celebrate Come In From The Cold Day
To celebrate Come In From The Cold Day, pause your cold work, and your friends and relatives sit in front of the fireplace, sip a cup of hot cocoa and chat in the sky and under the sea together. It would be fun to share that moment on social media with the hashtag #ComeInFromtheColdDay
ObservedCome in From the Cold Day has been observed annually on January 22nd.
Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020
Friday, January 22nd, 2021
Saturday, January 22nd, 2022
Sunday, January 22nd, 2023
Monday, January 22nd, 2024