LeeAnn has the most number of spectacles than anyone I know.
They came in all shapes and colours.
Her love for tech is on another level, and I couldn’t have found a better-suited person. When she had accepted to marry, I knew that I had to find a home that would suit us both. We agreed on most things, such as the size of the house and the location; the rest were left to me because I was the one who had an eye for interior design between the two of us. We had initially agreed that we would find a home that had a ductless heat pump, but when that proved to be almost impossible, we decided to compromise. LeeAnn’s house had the most intense ductwork I had ever seen, and she knew where every HVAC duct led and usually took care of the duct sealing. LeeAnn also had a high-tech temperature control system which she had upgraded. After months of searching, we found a home that was a dream come true. It even had a mini-split air conditioner with a thermostat that had LeeAnn’s approval. It was a relief to know that we would not need to purchase a new air conditioning unit. The seller called the HVAC business and set up an appointment for an air conditioning tune-up so that we could confirm that all was well with the equipment. The cooling specialist who came was an old friend from my first year in college. The cooling specialist confirmed that everything was okay and that we would have no issues with the indoor air quality. Later on, as we were catching up, he told me that he would send us a new contractor to help us set up the zone control system.