Then I lugged it across the kitchen and the living room, through the dining room, and to the stairs to the second floor
My grandma is one of those old ladies who always feels cold. She’s always wearing a sweater and slippers and she loves to sit by her fireplace. Well, the other day I was at her house and she asked me to help her move her space heater up the stairs. She said that she had been getting really cold at night, even when the rest of the house felt fine. It’s the middle of the summer and the temperatures outside are usually between 75 and 85 degrees, yet she still feels cold. I’m just not sure what the problem is, but I want to make her feel comfortable because she’s an old lady! So I went over to have lunch with her and that’s when she talked me into moving the space heater. I asked her what in the world she wanted with a space heater in the middle of the summertime but she said that her room felt like an icebox at night. So I lugged the space heater out of the storage closet down in the basement and I took it up the stairs. Then I lugged it across the kitchen and the living room, through the dining room, and to the stairs to the second floor. I was doing pretty well up until then, but the space heater was getting pretty heavy at that point. I stopped to rest for a minute and then I started my slow ascent up the stairs to my grandma’s room. That’s when I lost my balance on the stairs somehow and I ended up dropping the space heater right on my foot!