Ok, one way to make up for lost blogging days….post your “drafts.”
Yeah, I think I’ve posted four or five blogs left on or is it “in” “draft” status. Of course, I believe that most of the were combined in another blog, but as I said in one, “oh well.”
I’m just pleased “TO BE.”.
Now off to read some statistical analyses. Type to you next year. 👽👽👽👽😜
a pui tardi
A big sacrifice indeed, especially when it’s chilly outside. But there are other, less painful ways to conserve the fuel it takes to heat your water. For example, washing your hands with cold water kills just as many germs as washing with hot (it’s the mechanics of scrubbing that removes the little critters.) Clothes can be washed in cold water and will wear less in the process. (Even towels and sheets can get clean in warm water, instead of hot.) And if you use a sturdy scrubber, you can hand-wash dishes with cold water and biodegradable soap.
Remember: Every ten-degree drop in water temperature saves you 3-5 percent on water heating costs, and most faucets spit out two gallons per minute while you are waiting for the water to warm up.