I got used to not having air conditioning

Going away to university some years later was a bit of a culture shock, as suddenly I had access to a control unit, a climate control system, and permission to make it as comfortable as I liked… For the first time in our life, I didn’t have to endure whatever the natural temps were, I could adjust a control component and make the indoor temps anything I wanted.

In describing our childhood, the word “austere” comes to mind, and so does “spartan.” In other words, the people I was with and I were dirt poor, and had truly little aside from multiple walls and a roof. My parents were kindly farmers, and there was never any lack of enjoy and affection, and so I realize now how blessed I was. What the people I was with and I had in heartfelt family bonds. the people I was with and I lacked in material possessions. The shack the people I was with and I lived in was built by our dad, and he wasn’t a truly great carpenter, and our water came from a well, and the only means the people I was with and I had of heating it was on the wood burning stove .That stove also served as our gas furnace, and was the only heating source the people I was with and I had for the cold winters. Going away to university some years later was a bit of a culture shock, as suddenly I had access to a control unit, a climate control system, and permission to make it as comfortable as I liked… For the first time in our life, I didn’t have to endure whatever the natural temps were, I could adjust a control component and make the indoor temps anything I wanted. That sounds boring to you, although I had literally never experienced that before! After the novelty of it wore off, though, I must disclose that I didn’t use the air conditioning truly much. I had gotten so used to opening up a window for fresh and a cool breeze, that I preferred it to the Heating and Air Conditioning system. To this day, I only use the air conditioning when the weather gets extreme.

 

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