She asked if he was an HVAC technician, and he nodded while yawning again.
After retiring, my husband and I sold our huge house and bought a small one-bedroom house. We thought this would deter a lot of sleepover company but we were wrong. Our family was inquisitive and wanted to see if we really did downsize. Our downsizing got the point across to our family, but not to other people. Last week, the electricity went off in our neighborhood. There were a lot of people who were without heat. Six of our closest neighbors didn’t have generators, but we did. My husband insisted on a generator so we didn’t go without heat or air conditioning. We ended up with twelve unexpected guests in our one-bedroom home. There was no way we could leave them in the cold when our furnace was working. We didn’t have a lot of extra lights on, which kept it cozy inside, but the furnace was the most important reason for having the generator. One of my best friends said we were gems for allowing everyone to stay in our house, while my husband yawned. He said he learned a long time ago; the importance of a good HVAC system and a generator to keep it working at all times. She asked if he was an HVAC technician, and he nodded while yawning again. I told him to go to bed, and I would be in shortly. My shortly was when the sun was coming up. We didn’t get power back until almost 5:30 the next morning. Everyone left to go back to their warm homes and get some sleep, but my husband was just getting up.