How I used to do my early morning math homework on the vent

My hands would never be cold, and I was able to do my work well because I was comfortable.

During my senior year of high school, I enrolled myself in a calculus course. I figured that if I could take the AP test, they would give me college credits and save me money in the long run. Unfortunately, towards the end of my senior year, my desire to be the best in my school began to subside, and I started to procrastinate on everything, including my math homework. Every morning, I would wake up at 4 a.m. and do my math homework on top of the HVAC vent. I took this class at the end of my fall semester, and our hardwood floors were always cold. But the furnace was always running in this old house, and the vents would be very warm. I would usually start my morning by turning up the thermostat to make the air hotter, and I would place myself directly on top of the air vent. This would blow warm up through my body while I was trying to focus on my homework. My hands would never be cold, and I was able to do my work well because I was comfortable. It would have been even better if we had owned radiant heated flooring. Then, no matter where I chose to sit to do my math homework, I would have always had a personal heater while sitting on the hardwood floor. I would like to thank the HVAC industry for their hard work in helping me pass that math class. I couldn’t have done it without my furnace and the air vent.

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