I believe I wrote about this once already here. But to recap: I believe we are SUPPOSED to be hotter in the summer and colder in the winter, because that’s the way God designed the world. Once I believed air conditioning was not a necessity, but then this happened and I changed my mind. That said, I set the thermostat at 74 in the summer and 64 in the winter. I used to have it at 76 but then John was constantly turning it down. I still have to watch him, though.
Car keys: either in the side pocket of my purse, or on the dining room table next to my purse. House key: On a separate key chain inside my purse (on its own chain because who drives what car is a fluid proposition around here right now). I ever lose keys. I always know exactly where they are.
When I was in high school, one of my friends and I used to drive around in the country at night and see if we could get lost. Well, the area we used to play that game in is now blanketed with McMansions and shopping centers, and these days we all have GPS. I have a really good sense of direction so I can’t say I’ve ever really been lost for more than a few minutes or so. That’s not to say that I don’t sometimes get surprised a bit by where I turn up after a long drive in the country (still quickly accessible in Knoxville, just a little farther out than it used to me).
If you want to join in the fun, or read more answers from other bloggers, click the link above!