Yeah 79 is hot....
Yeah 79 is hot....
Otis you'll never know how much I love you I love you more then all the leaves on all the trees
The air is always on in my house, even in the winter, my girl and boy love it cool.
Well it's been over 100 degrees here in Kansas in the last week. So my AC is on for the babies 😍🐶
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Wow, you guys in northeast and midwest have been sweltering! We have it lucky here in So Cal so far...but it's still pretty early in the season.
We had that 3-day strech last week of high heat, the 100 degree day was the worst and I was nervous all day too (even with the web cam running). Bacon napped all day but I kept calling the house to wake him up just to make sure he was just sleeping
When I got home the first thing I did was fill up the kiddie pool and let him take a long cool "bath" and "drink" - then he was a happy camper.
Well at my age I feel hot all the time but my Thermostat is set to 75 so I think it's a compromise I can live with. Hubby is always cold but he's older than I and doesn't move around much. Bullies sleep downstairs so they are actually cooler than I am upstairs but I have a ceiling fan if the A/C doesn't quite cool me off as much as I'd like. I don't think it's possible to "not worry" when it comes to my fur children.
Wilson & BabyGirl
We have our thermostat set on 77. With the 109-112 temps that we've had our a/c has been running nonstop. Yesterday, it ran like crazy but couldn't compete with the outside heat so it ended up being 80 in the house. This is a new, huge a/c unit also.
I get cold below 79, but it's a dry heat! Lol
Once you have lived in AZ this long you lose you body insulation. It is a layer of fat that keeps you from getting cold. Now I freeze in the winter instead and it is usually about 60 on most days, gets colder at night and in the morning. In 60 degree weather I have on a sweatshirt! My bulldogs do not get hot in the house either, so I imagine it is the same for them. But we have the ac blowing all day along with several hurricane style fans-- plus ceiling fans-- so it seems very cold inside even at that temp. I dread the thought of our ac going out in summer. They can also be outside in 100 degree weather for 10 minutes without panting. If your weather is unusual I would be concerned, but if it's normal like it is here as long as you are paying attention everything will be okay.
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