Sometimes I help out with the band at the church we attend. Whenever I’m volunteering to play guitar with the band, I have to get to church super early in the morning because we always have a run through and a full band rehearsal before the service starts. The problem with doing this is that you just never know what the thermostat in the building is going to be set at when you get there. For instance, this morning, the temperature outside was really cold and so I dressed rather warmly for the service. But when I got there, it felt super hot and stuffy inside the auditorium. I thought I would go stand out in the hallway to cool off just a little bit, but the heating vents in the hallway were running full blast and it felt just like walking into a big furnace out there! Honestly, by the time the service started, I was ready to melt and the sweat was just pouring off of me. I didn’t even want to think about standing on the stage under the big spotlights. All I wanted to do was run back outside where the temperature was nice and cold. Either that, or cooling myself down in the A/C inside my car! I just don’t understand what the issue is with the heating and air conditioning in our church building. I think that we are going to have to get a professional commercial HVAC guy in here to check out our system. Either that or I’m going to have to stop volunteering. The extra heating is just ridiculous.