No electricity equals no central air conditioning

Big wind storm just came through and a heat wave is right around the corner.

Temperature will reach about 95 in the early afternoon and it is currently 81 degrees outside.

The storm unfortunately knocked down some trees a few blocks down the road and I lost all power. I’m used to the house being nice and cool from the central air conditioning. I feel I always run hot as in I’m always sweating and I take multiple cold showers a day. I can’t go out dancing ever or you would see a puddle of water at my feet and my clothes would be wet with disgusting amounts of sweat. I may go to my sister’s house but she lives 35 minutes away. I help her out here and there with her animals and I know she’s at work for the next 4 hours so I think that is my plan. She only has an air conditioner in the living room which is perfect cause I’ll just watch TV or nap. Times like these I really wish I bought a generator as a backup plan. What if my power doesn’t come back on? What if it takes forever for my place to cool down? I don’t know but along with possibly buying a generator I may call the HVAC company if possible future alternatives. To be honest I feel like I’m losing my mind. I just have to remember the tips I received from my counselor for when my anxiety kicks up, just breathe. I guess I’ll run to my sisters for a few hours.


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