For Heat (And Air Conditioning, too)

4 Nov

Blackberry Messenger:
Me: Do you think it’s time to have your pilot light turned on when you’re wearing a scarf inside your house?
Ben: Yes.

Conversation with Rebekah:
Me: I need to have my gas turned on, but it’s so expensive that I have been holding out.
Rebekah: I’m in the same boat, my friend.
Me: Last night I wore velour pants, socks, a long sleeved shirt to sleep…and piled two blankets on top of my comforter.
Rebekah: Oh, I’ve got you beat. I wore a shirt, a sweatshirt, pants, socks…and had a quilt over my down comforter on the bed. And, I was still cold.

Seriously. How did people make it without central heat and air? I’m not exactly strong enough to chop wood, so I’d be pretty screwed if I had to do that to keep warm. I’m thankful as heck for the thermostat in my hallway.

3 Responses to “For Heat (And Air Conditioning, too)”

  1. Anonymous November 5, 2010 at 9:30 pm #

    Pellet stove?

  2. AB November 9, 2010 at 10:01 pm #

    Part of my parents divorce agreement was that my dad had to provide her with cut wood during the winter for the wood-burning stove. Smart lady, my Mama…

  3. Lindsay Thetford November 11, 2010 at 7:26 pm #

    Electric blanket! Only way I survived the cold while in college. I lived in a house off Milledge Rd and I refused to pay $200 for a smidge of heat. I spent 2 winters with no heat at all. You won't regret it! 🙂

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