There was a rough storm that came through last night. There was hail, there was lightning, there was thunder that shook the house, you name it. At one point we lost power, thank goodness we got that Coleman lantern to light the room.
So while we were sitting there, by lantern light, all we could do was talk. I looked at Scott and said, "Is it just me, or is it the second the power goes out the house instantly feels 10 degrees hotter and super stuffy?" "Thank you!"
Seriously, there is something that instantly makes you think that within seconds of losing power. I don't know what it is. When the power kicked on an hour later it instantly felt cooler in the house. Can I tell you that the thermostat never changed in that hour?
Do you think this too, or are we the only weird ones?