Bad room setup – AC is freezing me

I hate to be the sort of person who complains during my times of need.

However, I cannot get over how poorly this room was designed at the local women’s shelter.

You see, about a month ago I had to leave my house because the living situation was becoming too dramatic with my boyfriend. I went to a local women’s shelter and they assigned me a room to stay in for the next few weeks. I was expecting the shelter to be in deplorable condition, honestly. I was ready for a sleepless night of heat and humidity, because I anticipated that the facility had a 30 year old AC unit. I even brought my own miniature fan to provide some sort of air movement in the assumedly sweltering room. When I arrived, however, I found that my worries were unfounded. Not only was the entire shelter wonderfully air conditioned, but my room was actually a bit too chilly when I walked in. The AC was flowing nicely from an overhead air vent, and I was shocked to feel all the cool air flowing over me. The thing is, there’s actually too much AC for my preference. Because of the placement of the air vent overhead, I can’t escape from the cold drafty breeze no matter where I stand in the room. Here I am, freezing my butt off in the middle of June in the deep south. I don’t foresee this being a comfortable stay at the shelter for long. Of course I didn’t think to pack my winter coat or flannel pajamas when I left.

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