Summer season is already in full bloom. Since its Holy Week, several people took advantage of the days either to visit their provinces or relax and enjoy in beach resorts. Traffic had been huge as we left the house early this morning. The normal two hour drive to my uncle's province took more than four hours since most people are on their way to swimming pools and beaches.
Everyone is finding ways to beat the summer heat. Drinking cold water, and eating ice cream and "halo-halo" can really help. It's good that our air conditioner and electric fans are still functioning properly. But of course, we still have to limit the use of the air conditioner, or else, our electric bill would soar high. I know my kids also want to take a dip in the pool to beat the summer heat. Even if they could easily swim in the village clubhouse or in my parent's place, I still need to accompany them. It means that I also need to be under the sun. Since the temperature is too hot, I find it more convenient to stay indoors than feel the sun's heat outside.
As summer started, we seldom use our shower heater. Taking a cold shower is more refreshing than taking a warm bath. My kids only get to use it whenever they took a bath early in the morning. Even if water cost is high in our place, taking a bath more than once is still acceptable. So we always have to make sure that our faucet and shower units are all working properly. If ever there are major plumbing repairs that my father or husband could not fix, we have to make sure that the plumbing services we would be calling are professional enough. Water is very important and we have to remind our family members to use it properly. Like those water leaks that need to be fixed as soon as possible.
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