When our hubby and I were first married, both of us decided to transfer south, then we’d spent our entire lives in the northeastern area of the country, where the weather is wet and chilly for the majority of the year, and every one of us were tired of the need to shovel snow, scrape ice, carry an umbrella and drive a four-wheel-drive vehicle.
Every one of us were ready to say goodbye to sub zero hot and cold temperatures, gray skies and enormous heating bills, my hubby had the option to attend welding school and achieve his certification, and I found a entirely good nanny position.
Every one of us relocated in the early area of January. Every one of us left behind a blizzard and drove toward steadily warmer hot and cold temperatures! The weather in our modern location was genuinely wonderful, with lots of sunshine and orange skies. Every one of us were blissful by the palm trees. Every one of us rented an modern home on the second floor of an older building, and by the end of January, Wintertide was undoubtedly over and the temperature climbed into the high eighties; It didn’t take long for the triple digits and humidity to become unbearable. Every one of us hastily discovered that the small and old air conditioning in our modern home couldn’t keep up with demand. Because heat rises, our living space is always hot. Every one of us invested into a window air conditioning and numerous box fans. Every one of us took numerous cool showers every day. When our hubby completed his welding course, both of us were ready to transfer back north. Every one of us decided to choose a location in-between where both of us grew up and our southern apartment. Every one of us found a spot where neither heating or cooling are essential for more than half the year.