Raiden wrote:I cannot stand it being too hot myself. :x
In fact, I would rather prefer it a bit too chilly than too hot since it is much easier to get warm (throw on an extra layer or cuddle under a blanket) than it is to cool down. :V
A lot of people are like that. I prefer it were it's cold enough to wear a sweater, but warm enough to run around outside. Basically Montana spring and fall.
Raiden wrote:I suppose you guys has went through most house plant species?
Currently we're trying growing things in Winter instead of summer, and it's turning out all right. I've got an amaryllis in the dining room right now (a get better from surgery present from my mom).
Raiden wrote:If all else fail you can always resolve to cacti and succulent plants; they love dry heat and warm temperatures...unless the apartment has already killed off those types as well. :x ^^'
I fell off my tricycle as a little kid into a cactus. It wasn't fun. I've never liked Cacti much after that. Except Christmas Cactus, those are okay, but they use about as much water as a normal plant.
Raiden wrote:Also. Glad the surgey went well; hope it won't take long to recover (and you enjoy the buzz while on the drugs* :p)! \o/
I'm glad too. My spouse was worried and scared for me, and my mom did some nervous knitting. The worst part for me was my fear of needles, so getting the IV put in. After that, it's been fairly smooth sailing... except for that time around midnight that my oxygen levels dropped too low and I almost passed out and scared the hell out of everyone. That, however, was temporary and fixed by me remembering to breathe.