It was actually bizarre the other day when I had to go to the nurse’s office. Of course, people have been trying to stay far away from hospitals and the nurses’ offices over the past few months, obviously because no 1 wants to risk having to go out to a hospital or a nurse’s office since they are all afraid of catching a virus or something… But last week, for once, I had to go to the nurse’s office so that I could get some bloodwork done after putting it off. I went to the office building and when I pulled in the parking lot that afternoon, there were 2 big Heating, Ventilation & A/C trucks parked in front of the large main entrance to the lobby! I didn’t think that seemed to be an easily great sign, since it was a super sizzling afternoon. The outdoor temperature was really in the nineties and climbing even higher by the moment by the time I got there. I should have known that there was going to be a big issue with the Heating, Ventilation & A/C plan when I went inside that day, despite the fact that I was still a little bit surprised at how sizzling it seemed to be when I walked into the lobby. The air was blowing down through the large air vents in the ceiling, but it wasn’t exactly what you would call a/c, exactly. It was lukewarm air and it felt just bad as it was blowing straight down on our head! The receptionist in the nurse’s office told me that the air conditioning system easily had been breaking down for the past 2 afternoons. The commercial Heating, Ventilation & A/C supplier on airw had told them that their entire commercial a/c unit for the entire building had to be updated.