My nana and I have always had a great relationship.
She practically raised me when my parents passed away in a motor accident when I was six.
Since my relatives had children and a lot of responsibilities, she offered to take me in and played the role of a dad and mum throughout my childhood. The past year was challenging for my nana after finding out she was ill and diagnosed with the first stage of colon cancer. She underwent chemotherapy and a minor operation to remove the toxic cancer cells. The chemo made her very weak but eventually cleared all the cancerous cells. Now she is healthy, and a permanent smile is on her face. Her energy is also very high. Since I wanted to make her home as comfortable as possible, I requested my colleague, an HVAC repairman, to assist me in providing help with indoor comfort for nana. Since her HVAC unit was old, we would replace it, plus the thermostat. Having worked as an HVAC professional for ten years, I knew of a few quality HVAC brands producing quality HVAC equipment. We reached out to the local HVAC provider to purchase new HVAC equipment for nana. While Nana was visiting her friend in the next town, my colleague and I were handling the HVAC installation at her home. Since these systems had new HVAC technology, I would need to take Nana through the HVAC maintenance required. Even though the HVAC business provided a manual on operating the HVAC unit, I knew Nana would want me to show her myself. When she returned and saw the surprise, she started bawling and gave me what would have been twenty hugs.