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update from hell


so last night was like hell… well sorta the opposite, it was fucken cold as hell… heat is suppose to be included in the fucker but its old skool hot water heat.. and its on very low.. way to cold for me.. so i guess.. i am going to buy a little electrical heater thing, and pay for it when i get the electricity bill… also about 6:30 am.. the dude upstairs took a shower.. and his water remains decided to bubble up from the drain in my bath tub.. this sucked ass… first night and all these problems.. now i have george here.. fixing the drain… and i mean fixing.. or else he is not getting decembers rent.. which is now two days late :)… the drain.. must be fixed.. that is unacceptable… the heat.. on the other hand… as long as it is 70 or 72 or what ever the minimum is set by law.. then i am shit outta luck.. its my fault… for deciding to take a place with heat i can’t control.. allison did warn me about this… but i guess i don’t listen.. especially when i am with dre and he seems to not have an attention for detail at first sight… well.. at least i have internet now.. and a powerbook that heats up.. so that will keep me warm… ohh yeah.. and if i get some thick curtains.. to cover up these blinds.. and the paper thin windows.. then that should block some of the cold too.. peace out for now… must go get some coffee… i’d make some.. but i don’t have any mugs/cups.. heheh l8r



Wing Dreamer

1.Place plastic sheeting over the window and tack it into place over the window.
2.Hang heavy thermal drapes on windows facing the windest part.
3.Put runners on high traffic areas on floor/carpet too
4.Check the temperature code set by law, buy a thermometer and keep track.
5.Wear heavy wool socks while at home.
6.Old school water heaters contribute to ice forming on window -avoid sleeping anywhere near there.
7.Burn incense(while home) it takes the edge out of cold air
8.Hang pictures of “warmth” related sceneries.
9.NEVER BLAME YOURSELF FOR ANYTHING -this too shall pass.

2004.12.02 15:43

Wing Dreamer

-Drink warm beverages–A warm mug also offers a chance to warm cold hands -dress in layers
-eat quick-energy foods (raisins, other dried fruit) helps to increase body heat
-wear a hat (no kidding) heat goes out of body through your head
-wear thermal long johns
-use several light weight blanket, not one heavy one
-Wear mittens instead of gloves–they allow your fingers to move freely in contact with one another and will keep hands much warmer.
-Alcohol causes the body to lose its heat more rapidly– even though one may feel warmer after drinking alcoholic beverages
-buy a hot water bottle
-take a very hot bath before bedtime
-“heat to go” heating pads that are filled with a gel. just flick the metal piece inside and the gel solidifies, reaches temps of about 110F and stays warm for about 4-5 hours…. they are reusable only problem is you have to heat them in boiling water or in the microwave to get them ready to work again.
-purchase portable electric heater
-tape bubble wrap around the frame of the windows to create a permanent seal
-eat a candy bar (increases metabolism)
-fleece blankets

2004.12.02 16:41

good tips mom.. i will consider everyone of them!! thanks!

2004.12.02 22:55


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