Sweating while making PB&J Sandwiches

The other afternoon I went to the Social Hall at my church to make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches… When I got there, I discovered about 18 or 20 other people who were there also making sandwiches.

These PB&J sandwiches are intended to go to the homeless shelter in our city.

They like to use them as a quick lunch or a quick snack. Anyway, about half an hour into it, I noticed several people were perspiring. I could not think that the easy Act of making sandwiches would cause people to chop out in a sweat, but it actually did. That is when I asked if anybody had evaluated the A/C temperature control. It turned out that all of those people just sat there perspiring instead of saying something about the a/c. I got up out of my chair and went across the large seasoned room to see where the A/C temperature control was set. It turns out the temperature control setting was 80 degrees. That is just actually too sizzling when you have a room full of people doing anything together. I turned the A/C temperature control down to 80 degrees oh, but then some of the ladies were complaining about being too cold. My buddy and I settled on the temperature control setting of 77, and that is when everybody was neither frigid nor sweaty. It’s funny how accustomed my buddy and I are to a/c no matter what my buddy and I are doing. Whoever invented a/c should get a royalty every time someone switches on their Heating and A/C. That would be hilarious would not it? Anyway, I do admire the woman who invented a/c because she was obviously a forward-thinking lady who could do amazing things. I know that I would not be residing in the Southeast if there was no option for fine heating and cooling systems.



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