By the way, do you live in Arizona? I was in Phoenix a few years ago, in June. The daytime temp hovered around 113. I don't care if it is a dry heat. When it is hot enough to boil your eyeballs, it doesn't matter!
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Congratulations on a good night's sleep! Great that you held out for what you wanted. One thing confuses me "When the DME left"? They make house calls? Dang I need new insurance! LOL!
You know off topic but pertinent to the conversation, we were visiting my Sister-in-law and her husband many years ago in June....in Phoenix (Glendale actually). I had left my pillow in the van. At 11:00 we were finally talked out and decided it was time for bed. I was in shorts and a tee shirt. I went out to the van to get my pillow. I burned my feet at 11:00 at night! And for those of you thinking "so what, I've touched the coffee cup coming out of the microwave before and burned myself" you have no clue. Second degree burns! I couldn't wear shoes for any length of time for many days! I thought East San Diego County got hot at 120 from time to time! Holy Cow! (cleaned that up nice) I don't know how ya'll do it!
As always, YMMV! You do not have to agree or disagree, I am not a professional so my mental meanderings are simply recollections of things from my own life.
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