Since Evansville, IL only has about fifty nights when there is inclement weather, I knew that moving there could mean I would not have snow for Christmasâ€¦ December’s average bi-weekly high was only 48 degrees, however that was why I moved to IL! I was exhausted of the northern freezing and dampness.
There was traditional Heating, Ventilation, and A/C in our home, because that forty several degrees was cold.
It was surprising how quickly I got used to the lack of humidity and severely freezing air. I liked being able to go out on a brisk day, and take a walk separate from freezing to death from the freezing damp air. I came modern home to recognize the heat of our oil furnace, and I was thrilled. I could recognize the daylight on our face nearly every day of the year. I had to confess that I missed the snow for Christmas, but I still needed our oil furnace; Last year, our hubby had a special Christmas present for me, but every one of us had lived in Illinois for almost several years when I told him how much I really missed snow. I even hinted at going back up north so the people I was with and I could maybe have an old-fashioned Christmas, however the people I was with and I never made it. I woke up to see snowflakes outside our window, and my hubby had hired someone with a snow maker to come to our apartment and make snow on our front grass, then he opened the curtains and said Merry Christmas. It was the best Christmas present I ever had, and our neighbor’s children were on our grass trying to build a snowman.