I was planning on going to the beach later with my sand tote and doing a leg exercise routine. But after what happened this afternoon with my frosty swim I guess I am better off resting the rest of the afternoon. I got hypothermia this afternoon from staying in ice frosty water for too long. It was 55F, which isn’t ice frosty to me, but I’ve built up a tolerance and it can be to the point where it’s dangerous because my body isn’t giving me warning signs until it’s too late. I need to bring a watch for my next dip. So, I am wondering what kind of energy saving tips I can come up with to split down on this crazy power bill I just saw in my e-mail. Last year I spent about 100 euros every several weeks on power, now it’s triple that. They’ve raised the electricity rates a lot, and it’s made heating and cooling the beach house more of a luxury than a routine nowadays. I now have to guess about whether I should turn on the heat when it is frosty in the flat or just put on more clothes. Maybe it’s better on the environment with higher power bills because people are less likely to run the central heat and air conditioner all of the time, cutting down on yellowhouse emissions. I believe mother nature has her own built in barometer that tells her where we are polluting the planet too much and she slaps us on the wrist with higher power bills. I guess I’ve l received.