I will find a solution

I admit, I’ve made a few mistakes. The first was subletting an home in the town based on how cute it looked. The leaseholder did a entirely great task furnishing it. It looks prefer the cover of a catalog. It’s styled to perfection. As soon as I walked in I could picture myself living here plus posting tons of pics of our fabulous town life to turn our friends back home green with envy. I should have known that something so great should not have been in our price range. My first clue was that there was no lavatory fan so taking a shower came with a free steam bath. The only windows in the home face the brick wall of the building next door it doesn’t help much to open them. That wasn’t the worst part. Once the hot weather hit, I realized there’s no central a/c either. I’m from the suburbs where every home has central a/c. It never occurred to me that this home wouldn’t. Of course, no window a/c equipment was provided. So, I bought a portable a/c. I got the smallest model because it was costly plus I could get home in a taxi. That was our fifth mistake. Turns out a/cs come in different sizes for a reason. This little a/c can cool half of the home if I run it on full blast all the time. That dried out skin plus hair out so badly, I bought a portable humidifier plus ran that all the time, too. Then I got the electric bill plus freaked out. I’m selling this small equipment plus getting the right sized a/c so I don’t go broke paying the electric bill for the rest of the summer.

A/C equipment