Ever since I adopted a recognizably chilly blooded dog a few weeks ago our normal evening and nighttime temperature preferences have become an issue
I can admit that I may not be the most energetically responsible person on this planet. I have our faults as a person, and they include being a bit wasteful in our afternoon-to-day living. For instance, I am a lifelong fan of taking long, steamy showers even though I guess it is contributing to a fresh water shortage and an increasing energy expenditure. I easily appreciate having bright lights on all over the house in the evening even though our carbon footprint is expanding. I also am a large fan of controlling all our indoor air temperature so that I do not have to suppose uncomfortable throughout both the summertime and Winter time seasons. In the Springtime in the fall I can get by separate from having central heating, cooling, and ventilation equipment. I usually manage to regulate our internal temperature fairly well if the indoor air is not marred by Hot or Cold patches throughout the house. In the Winter time and summer time seasons, however, I truly need our air conditioner and forced air furnace to task overtime. Part of our problem is our ongoing insufficient body temperature. I am always way too chilly during the afternoon and way too sizzling in the evening. I guess that I set our control machine to an extreme temperature to offset our body issues with overheating in the dark. Most of the time, our house is bitterly chilly while I am asleep and that helps with our overabundant internal furnace. Ever since I adopted a recognizably chilly blooded dog a few weeks ago our normal evening and nighttime temperature preferences have become an issue. Now, I am battling two sources of heat every single evening… My own internal furnace and the sizzling fluff-ball who insists on burying his way into our blankets when he catches a chill.