Growing up in Villa Rica, GA, I was tasked with helping my bro with homework, feeding him and getting him ready for bed and stuff.
We lived in an ante-bellum house which had absolutely NO insulation, which meant that in Winter, one was apt to see ice forming on the walls. We had an old pot-bellied stove we fed wood to heat up the dining room and kitchen. The rest of the house had gas heaters in every room.
I used to get a kick out of scaring my little brother half to death by putting so much wood into the stove it would turn the outside of it red-hot. He'd start bawling and threaten to tell Mom and Dad. I just said "Yeah, yeah, yeah". Kids didn't say "whatever" back then.
Anyway, it must have done some good because next Spring our Dad put in a gas heater there as well.
Our weather here is the same as it was yesterday, but we're expecting rain tonight and tomorrow with a nightime low of 28. The weather guy won't commit to snow.
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