What a day we had

I swear, nothing goes according to plan in my life, then people consistently suppose I’m being dramatic and pessimistic when I talk about the future and my expectations, however if they lived a year or more than one in my shoes they would understand. No matter how well things are planned out, they will not follow the schedule that has been developed. If I have an crucial appointment, I might plan to leave an hour early, however my car won’t start out of the red. If I suppose I have extra money in my account ato apply to a big home investment, something major will cut down and clear out my savings right in the knick of time. Most recently, if the two of us base our entire moving schedule around the weather and our insanely tied up lives, the condo closing will get moved back by at least a week. That’s where the two of us sit now, desperately waiting to have a location to move all our stuff into. The worst area of it is that the outdoor air temperature only continues to get hotter and hotter. Therefore, the indoor air temperature is doing the same. What does this mean for us? Well, all of our moving efforts have been complicated by unending heat and humidity, even inside the house, however despite the fact that the two of us have central cooling, it seems as though our a/c barely makes a difference when we’re dragging heavy boxes around the house. And the two of us haven’t even begun to carry out stuff out into the pounding sunshine and muggy air outside! Worse than that, we’re stuck paying for the energy necessary to power our inefficient central cooling system throughout this big debacle. If only the closing had been on schedule, ComEd wouldn’t be owed our entire savings accounts.

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