Holiday candles come with frequent air filter changes

Holiday candles come with frequent air filter changes

Look, I’m just thankful not to hate the holidays any longer.

I grew up as the oldest of 4 raised by a single mom.

This wasn’t the sort of story where the mom couldn’t get a moment’s relaxation inside the air conditioning because she was working 3 jobs. No, my dad ended up paying my mom a ton of money in order not to be married to her. So my mom didn’t work one job, let alone 3. And she spent plenty of time inside the quality heating and air of the home dad had to give her as well. It fell to me to be the main man when it came to doing stuff my mom wanted done around the house. My sisters rarely had to do any of the stuff I did. So Christmas was just always the worst because my mom would crank the gas furnace to near 80 degrees while I did her decorating work. She just sat in the HVAC heating and pointed out what she wanted or criticized my efforts. By the time I got married, I was not a Christmas person at all. But my lovely wife and all her candles changed that for me. My wife is the essence of positivity and she does a marvelous job on our home during the holidays. But as soon as Thanksgiving hits, I have to go buy a case of air filters for the HVAC equipment. This is due to the fact that my wife likes to have up to fifty candles burning any evening between Turkey Day and New Years. So I just make sure to change the air filters about once per week to keep the air flow unobstructed from all that burnt candle wax.

 

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