Monday, 6 October 2014

#Microblog Monday- No AC

Our air conditioner is broken.

We live in South Florida.

It is hot in here.

I have two small children who are having trouble sleeping.

I can't wait for the repairman to get here.

It is very hot in here.


  1. Ugh, awful. It is hot where I live, too (Phoenix), and I can't imagine being without A/C for long.

    Hope it gets fixed soon.

  2. Oh this I can empathise with. It gets really HOT here in India too. Mercifully nights are not so bad.

  3. I CAN NOT handle the heat, like at ALL. We had an issue with our AC unit about a month after we moved into our new (can i call it that 2 years later?) home and I was a hysterical mess. I can't function so I totally get this. Hell hath no fury like a momma with two living babies who can.not.sleep! :)

  4. I'm from Rio de Janeiro and I've lived in Bangkok before. Currently living in Manila and I never ever got used to the heat! AC is definetely one of men's best inventions of all time!

    Gabi Barbará

  5. Oy... I hope he/she comes soon. That you're getting some relief tonight.

  6. Was the repairman able to come and fix it? It's quite hard to deal with the heat for a long period of time, what more with children in the mix. Hope your AC is holding out!

    Shelley Coday @ C&C Heating & Air Conditioning

  7. Awww! Have you gotten your A/C repaired by now? Repair shops are everywhere, so it's not that hard to find one. However, if your A/C is beyond repairing, you can always purchase a new one. There are lots out there that are excellent and cost-efficient at the same time. All the best!

    Sue Berry @ Advanced Appliance Service Inc.

  8. It could be a bit of a bummer to lose an A/C unit just like that, after having been acclimated to it and basked in its relief. However, that has been a while now, so I bet that quiet little snafu has been a distant past at this point. I hope you are faring better these days. All the best!

    Tommy Hopkins @ AccuTemp