I do! The Halloweenie type, anyway. I have no idea how I'd feel if I ever ended up in an actual haunted place.I did take a tour at the Winchester house once, but I didn't feel anything eerie in the air, so I doubt it's actually haunted.
If it’s that bad and have no access to AC or a pool, I will hose off. Literally take a hose to my head so soak my hair, and let the drip cool my upper body. It cools me off but leaves my bottom half dry so I can still sit on furniture and not get anything wet :) Also, settling in front of a fan afterward is even better.
Keep in mind I still have to take this little guy home! As attached as I've grown to this skrunkly little gremlin, I still have to see how the pups are going to react 😔Anywho! Little guy got himself stuck under the car. Like proper stuck. We had to take the tire off and grease him out with baby shampoo. After a bath and feeding, we kept bringing him around to see if mama cat returned, but she didn’t. Now he won't leave me alone 😳 🤣 And neither bro nor his gf asked for pet inclusion in their leases 🤦🏻♀️ He's a bitey little heathen, too, so I'm not too confident in his chances for adoption at a shelter. Soooo... yeah... .
Is asking your significant other to spend time with you asking too much
Generally no, but there are things to consider. Is one partner notably clingier than the other? Does the less clingy partner need copious amounts of time alone? Does the clingier partner not like it when their SO hangs out with friends?It's not black and white.