Kelsie loved visiting her Aunt Kelsie during the summer when she was a kid.
She recalls the outside was sizzling, but it was perfectly cool inside their beach house with the ideal temperature control settings, however of course.
Her aunt Mary would get incredibly irritated if anybody left the door open for too long during the day. Once Kelsie ran outside while playing tag with her cousin, and she got chewed out by her aunt for not closing the door. Doing so made the beach house hot and her aunt was saying how extravagant it is to get the best amount of cooling to keep the household cool. Kelsie knew that it made perfect sense and she was just a youngster. She never made the same mistake again, but her cousin did and he got reprimanded. Kelsie had a good time though and she would play outside climbing trees in the peach orchards and go exploring. It would become sizzling though so she and her cousin would consume the water from a hose or head back inside the beach house where there was a cooling system. Still, her aunt got mad if the cousins came in and out too much. They were to stay in or outside. Kelsie and her cousin ended up getting creative and would soak their tops and wrap them around their heads to give a cooling effect, sort of like new cooling hats but they didn’t have reflective material to reflect the rays of the sun. It was no surprise the cousins would experience sunburns from time to time when they did this and walked around without covering themselves.