I’m one of those people who loves to surprise my friends and family members.
If I can improve their day by giving them a little gift or token of my appreciation I am always going to do it.
This can sometimes make people a bit uncomfortable, but that is the opposite of my goal. In fact, last year my only intention was to make my wife a lot more comfortable with the massive gift that I surprised her with. You see, for several months she had been complaining about our terrible indoor air quality. We had been suffering from hot and cold patches, strange odors, and irregular temperature control device auctioning. We decided it was a good idea to have our central heating and cooling system professionally maintained and repaired. However, even after the heating and cooling worker spent many hours with our indoor air handling devices, we found that the air quality and air temperature were not up to snuff. I know that my wife was disappointed with the results of our heating and cooling appointment. I also was a bit disheartened. That’s when I started saving up to purchase us a brand new heating, cooling, and ventilation system as a surprise. It took me all year to scrape together the money for a full HVAC overhaul, but I completed my goal around Christmas time. I decided to surprise my wife by hiding the HVAC upgrade in an advent calendar. After 12 days of receiving little chocolates and toys, my wife opened the final calendar date to find a miniature heating system hidden behind the cardboard. Merry Christmas, babe. We’re getting a working HVAC system.