I grew up in the north, where the winters were chilly & the summers were mild. I was used to the cold, & I found comfort in it. So, when I moved down south for school & then work, I was unaccustomed to the hot temperatures of the region. The air felt hot & stuffy, & more often than not I was uncomfortable. I kept my lake house air conditioned from the moment I arrived lake house from job to the moment I left in the morning, but unfortunately, running my AC so much used up a lot of electricity & grew to be entirely expensive, so I had to chop back on my cooling usage. Still, I found myself being unable to sleep at night without having my air conditioner running or, at the entirely least, a fan on right by my bed. I was so used to cuddling up underneath my blankets to get cozy on chilly afternoons that I was just unable to get comfortable & fall asleep in a hot room. And so I did my best to use least cooling during the hot afternoons, so that I could afford to run the AC at night when I knew I’d need it to help myself and others sleep. I held onto the hope that since I was having to deal with the heat more, that perhaps my body would finally start to get accustomed to the hot temperatures, however months passed & the afternoons never got any better. Even in the fall, when all of the locals would start to put on their sweaters as the temperature slightly fell, I was out wearing tank tops & shorts. I belong in the north, with the colder temperatures, & I idea on moving back as soon as I can.