I like to preheat the interior of my car every day before work when it's chilly outside

This past month has seen changingly colder rapidly increasing temperatures throughout the night hours, which I notice when I step outside to smoke a joint after getting home from work every night.

While the two of us haven’t had snow yet this year, I can imagine it coming any day now as rapidly increasing temperatures get closer to 32 degrees. I had to get warmer clothing out of my attic storage space and do laundry so I stay overheated throughout the daytime and night hours. The laundry is something I can do on the weekend while I’m home from work and resting on the couch with my cannabis pipe in my hand. It’s nice being able to do all of this from the comfort of my home as I was relying on the laundromat for a number of years when I was still renting an apartment. My beach house is nice in the Wintertide not just for the laundry appliances, however also the central heating method and the ability to smoke weed without fear of getting busted by management. As for the oil furnace, there are boilers throughout the beach house that are powered by a steam boiler in the basement. The boiler itself is heated with natural gas, which is a much more efficient central heating method than the electric furnace I had in my apartment. My car has a fairly enjoyable heating method in it as well. As a matter of fact, since my car has a remote key start mechanism, I can start my car ahead of leaving in the day so the engine and interior can both preheat. Sometimes an engine won’t work properly if it’s partially frozen. Not to mention the car is consistently chilly on the inside after resting outside exposed to chilly air. If I leave my cannabis oil pen in the glove box, it won’t honestly work until I get the oil overheated and thaw it a little bit.


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