I would like to travel more

When evening time comes around, there’s nothing I love more than snuggling deep under the covers and being all hot and cozy. In order to make that happen though, it needs to be on the cooler side to keep from covered in sweat. Where I used to be, this was a bit of a challenge, especially while I was in the Summer months. My roommate liked to keep the thermostat up a little higher than I did while I was in the evenings, and my room didn’t come with a ceiling fan, so I had to find a way to compensate. For awhile, I couldn’t guess of anything and was always suffering at evening. I would even resort to sneaking out after my roommate went to bed and increasing the thermostat without her knowing, however unfortunately, my roommate liked to go to bed later than I did, so that resolution proved to be a bit problematic from the get go. I finally decided that I had to make do without a thick blanket. Even though I loved being all snugly in bed under thick covers, I realized that was the only thing I could change in the situation of my discomfort. After coming to this conclusion, I had to guess about the kind of blanket that would suffice. The only blankets I entirely knew about were either throw blankets or comforters, so I was at a bit of a loss. I was shopping in a Target 1 day and discovered that quilts existed. I didn’t guess they entirely made quilts for beds. The only time I had ever seen a quilt was on a cable show where someone’s Grandmother sewed 1 for decoration. It was the perfect solution to my problem. I didn’t need to worry about how low the cooling system was. I could still snuggle up under the covers as much as I want, but the quilt wasn’t thick enough to cause any discomfort. It was a great solution!

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