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Exactly, Kate. Dry heat gives me nosebleeds.
Jim Miller says
I generally keep the home around 66 degrees. A friend keeps it a lot warmer, as she cares for her aged father.
I understand that. It is certainly more costly to do what is easiest.
Touche! That makes a great deal of sense.
Rick Grimes says
Can't fault you for being honest!
Jim Higgins says
I keep the thermostat at 66, but I think I'll begin keeping it just a bit cooler at night.