Oh friends, it's hot.
I feel the Texas heat waves a comin'. This year I've already had the A/C on at least twice and I'm doing everything in my power to hold back turning them on. A good rule of thumb: If you break out in a sweat putting make-up on, it's time to turn on the A/C.
Which reminds me I need to have a ceiling fan installed in one room of our house that is still fanless.
So today I am heading out to Home Depot for a fan. I'm going to walk straight pass the hot dog stand out front that makes me gag , pass the paint section that boy has banned me from because he claims he ends up having to finish my great ideas and straight to the ceiling fans to find the least obtrusive looking fan. I know they are not the most appealing to the decor, but key for survival. I remember years ago watching "Trading Spaces" when the designers would remove the ceiling fans because they looked horrendous. Oh, how could they? I would sit there and scream, crying for them to please have some mercy on this sweet family. Because not having a fan in a Southern state is like having a big bowl of tortilla chips with no queso to go with it. It's just down right mean.
And I do realize that my timing it so inappropriate because here it is Earth Day and I'm posting about ways to waste energy. Oh, this is so wrong, but we need air somehow so I'm thinking I need to find a great Eco-friendly fan that will allow me to cut back on my A/C addiction. I will report back with my findings.