Well, it seemed that I died and went the other way.
Yep. It was THAT HOT.
And our air conditioning couldn't keep up in the trailer.
It seems we weren't getting enough voltage to our site.
We called the campground. They told us to call ComEd (the electric company), since we pay our own electricity here.
So we called them.
ComEd told us that the campground owns the wire from the meter to our site.
So, in other words, it's the campground's problem.
This, my friend, is what you call a runaround.
Merriam-Webster describes "runaround" like this: "deceptive or delaying action especially in response to a request (tired of getting the runaround).
I'd say that described this situation to a big freakin' T! The thermostat registered 97 fun-loving-degrees inside of our trailer with the air conditioning on, so Jim and I sat in the shade under a tree and tried not to snarl at each other. I made Jim bring me a bucket of cold water and I soaked my hot feet in it, and threw some cold water on my arms and legs and watched it sizzle.
I get pretty cranky in the heat.
I sweat in places a lady shouldn't.
And I'm not talking about bars.
I'm talking about on my person.
I've already shared too much information with you. Sorry. So if you've had a hot week, weatherwise, *wink*, (otherwise I'd be jealous), here's a little something to cool you off.
I made you a Word Find with Things to Keep You Cool. You can highlight the puzzle and clues, then print "selection". So pour yourself a cool one, put your feet up, and park yourself in front of the a/c or a fan and go to it!
Courtesy of moi!