It seems this week’s topic is the one I messed up on and wrote about in an earlier week. But I’ll write on it again because it’s this week’s topic and things have changed since my previous post.
Whereas I believe I mentioned the benefits of my fan last; it’s since changed into a homemade air-conditioner. That happened due to the fact I (in my gracefulness) tripped over my fan and fell on it, thus breaking it. It still works, but the fan is no longer attached to its tall base.
My behind hit the floor hard and I felt it. But I realized I was okay and stood to ponder my new circumstances.
First I tried to put it back together, but that didn’t work. 🙂 Then I leaned it against its base and used it from there.
After a few days suffering through the heat without my standing fan, I decided to make the homemade air conditioner I’ve been thinking about. (The natural air-conditioning still works, but some days there’s no air flow.) 😦
The air-conditioner is basically easy to make, but it involves finding a fan small enough to fit into a hole in the top of an Ice-Chest. Guess what’s sold out in EVERY store I visited in search of one?
It even took me a while to find a small Styrofoam Ice-Chest, but I got one of those. The easiest to find, and which I got first was a vent to put into a hole in the Ice-Chest.
I gave up on finding a small fan, so I filled the Ice-Chest with ice and put the fan from my broken standing fan on the top of it. Works like a charm… 🙂