Sometimes I wonder who is really in charge of our household.
Don’t get me wrong, I am the oldest, most responsible, and most financially involved human being in this home.
However, it sure seems like everybody else calls the shots around here. I don’t mean to be dramatic, but even the dog has more stay in our household conditions than I do. I know you might think that I’m exaggerating, but wait until you hear about the way that he reacts to our indoor air temperature control devices since the day we brought him home. The trouble all started when we adopted a puppy in the middle of the summer. Of course, it was brutally hot and humid outside so we had to spend a great deal of time indoors with the air conditioning system blasting. I definitely did not want to overheat my little puppy by laying in the Sun and causing him to become dehydrated. Instead, we created a play area downstairs and made sure that all of the air vents were wide open so that our high-quality air conditioning system could produce enough cool air to the space for him. Unfortunately, our puppy quickly grew into a dog and our dog quickly became accustomed to the non-stop air conditioning. It has been three years since we adopted our buddy, and at this point he is in charge of the heating, cooling, and air quality control system. Every time I attempt to increase the indoor air temperature there is a barking disaster. At this point, I can’t even look at the thermostat without him switching into guard dog mode.
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