Currently i’m helping chaperone a session of Bible Camp for a immense group of youngsters for seven whole days. I’m staying in a dorm. It also feels like the humidity is about 100 percent, and the kids seem to be handling it better than the chaperones; Adults do like their air conditioner, I am no exception. At the moment, the youngsters are all running around outside, and it feels like a gas furnace out there. I am in my dorm room with the electric fan blasting right in my face in addition to the central air conditioner coming out through the air vents, but I’m still hot! I suppose I packed all the wrong clothes, too. Everything in my suitcase looks like it’s going to make me sweat bad. I wasn’t actually thinking about the heating in addition to air conditioner situation around here when I packed. The temperatures outside have thrown me for a loop, since I have to walk around this campus to get everywhere I need to be to chaperone the kids. I’m getting a awful feeling that the cooling systems around here are not going to be able to keep up with the demand that all of us people are going to be putting on the HVAC system. I’ve already turned the temperature control thermostat in my room down as far as it will go in addition to I assume the event team will be setting the temperature control thermostat in the main meeting areas to super cold too. I just hope that it works. There’s nothing worse than being crammed into a warm room with a bunch of other warm people!