Exam room had no a/c

Last week, I got a note from the school, that they felt I needed to take my daughter for an eye exam.  She had been having a lot of headaches lately, so I thought it was a good idea. I called one of the local optometrists and I set up the appointment.  We had never been to this office, and I had no idea what to expect. I did not expect to walk into an office, where it was sweltering in the lobby. Even my daughter began to sweat as we sat there, with people elbow to elbow.  I was trying to fill out the paperwork, but my eyes were blurring from the sweat that was rolling into them.. I would have thought, since it was hot outside, they would have had the air conditioning blasting, but I thought wrongly.  When we were called back to the doctor’s office, I was surprised when we walked in. The air conditioning was blowing right down on us, and I almost shivered, because I had been so overheated when we walked in to the lobby. I looked around and I realized there was a thermostat in here, and I thought they must have Zone Control  Apparently Zone Control can make a world of difference in the these offices and at home. I liked the difference, but I think it could have been a bit less diverse when it came to the thermostat settings. My body wouldn’t have gone into shock from the extreme heat and AC. That day, I learned that Zone Control really works, and that my daughter needs glasses.