I live in the south. I have spent almost my whole life in the south. True, I was born in the northeast, but my mother moved the family down south when I was just seven multiple years old. The only memories I have of Wintertide up north are playing in the snow, ice skating, as well as putting my mittens on the radiator to dry when I came inside. I did not have to pay the heating as well as cooling bill. I did not have to turn on the pilot light every year. I did not have to make arrangements with fuel oil guy to supply for the fuel oil oil furnace. I did not have to shovel the driveway or get the snow off the roof before it caved in. In fact, my only real experience with a heater, is the heating button on my central heating as well as cooling system. Right there on the temperature control is the easy switch. In the winter, I flip it to heat. In the summer, I flip the temperature control to cool. Some people who have smart temperature controls do not even have to do that. They simply make the temperature control setting, as well as the smart temperature control knows whether to use the furnace or the cooling system. I have a lot of respect for northerners. Their lives are harder than ours are down here in the south. It’s true that all of us would die of heat stroke if it were not for our cooling systems in November, but in comparison to those severe northern winters, all of us southerners have it made. It is no wonder that retirees flock to our state in large numbers!