A Change in the Weather

One of the more annoying things about Florida’s weather is how the transition between seasons (both of them---summer and not-summer) is never smooth. Recently, we’d been riding the lows in the upper 50s, highs in the upper 70s thing. And then the cold front went through, and the temperature was back into the 30s/40s overnight.

I’ve probably mentioned that Michelle has almost no comfort zone when it comes to ambient temperature. When it got fairly warm recently, I turned the heat off because the temperature at night was not cold.

“Jesus, honey. Can we turn the air conditioner on? I’m burning up.” (thermostat reading: 75.5)

A couple days later:

(bundled up) “Is the heat on?” (thermostat reading: 72)

Posted by Scott-san on 03/16 at 12:01 PM
  1. I usually have a comfort range of about 1.5 degrees, which meants that I was MISERABLE in Vegas about 6 months out of the year.  As a matter of fact, I’m quite sure that I was meant to live in the Pacific Northwest forever.
    That being said, was Michelle much more confortable when she was pregnant?  Because I’ve noticed that Sean is complaining about heat/cold, or even the furnace pilot going out, and I hadn’t even noticed.  Having 150% of your usual blood volume does great work towards body heat. 
    Get her knocked up again!

    Posted by dayment  on  03/16  at  03:54 PM
  2. I don’t understand your problem. Set the temp to 73.75 and you’ll be good to go!

    Posted by  on  03/16  at  05:45 PM
  3. Hey, nice new look!  I’m just like Michelle; I have a very narrow transition temperature zone.  I’m usually pretty miserable in the spring and fall for that reason.

    Posted by teahouseblossom  on  03/17  at  09:43 AM
  4. She is so thin that the chill/heat goes right through her!  She needs an insulating fat layer!  Mmmm, delicious insulating fat layer.  *drool*

    Posted by styro  on  03/17  at  11:12 AM
  5. Or a sweater, I guess.  Sweaters aren’t as delicious though.

    Posted by styro  on  03/20  at  09:52 AM
  6. i didn’t even know you guys had heat in Florida.  I figured there were just 2 giant A/C units instead of a furnace.

    Posted by  on  03/20  at  03:53 PM
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