Good AC and gratitude

During our senior year, everyone had to do civic duties.  I was assigned to a convent.  I was unsure as to what kind of work I would do at a convent, but it didn’t take long to find out.  I was ushered into a lovely sitting area, where five stern looking nuns sat staring at me.   There were certain rooms that were off limits and I was warned to never go in them.  I was amazed at how good the HVAC was in the building.  Some rooms looked like they had nothing but marble structure and I thought the air should be overly cool.  You could feel the cooling air coming from the air vents.  I was shown where the nuns did their prayers and in spite of the amount of lit candles, it was extremely cool and inviting.  I was told that I would be cleaning the rectory and the kitchen.   No matter where I went in the convent, the temperature seemed to always be the same.  I couldn’t wait to tell my mom what a great HVAC system they had, because she worked in a HVAC company.   After six weeks, and nearing the end of my work period, one of the nuns invited me into the chapel.  She told me I had to wait a couple of minutes, until they finished vespers.  When she finally ushered me in, the air conditioning was as perfect as the rest of the convent.  Every nun I had met, stood around a large cake and kissed my cheek as they handed me a bouquet of roses and told me they enjoyed my presence and I would be missed.

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