Climate control and learning a language

Today is Friday and I think my chest cold is almost gone, which is pretty cool because it only was in my lungs for about three or so days.

There is still some congestion in there but I don’t feel that it is an infection anymore.

I slept well last night and today I’m meeting up with this group of friends to listen to them speak Spanish and try to learn some. My friend Mary will be there and I want to meet up with her on a bench outside near this local business where it is quiet so I can learn Spanish in the natural climate control of the shade and breeze. I have to learn this language once and for all so the quality of my life improves because I feel disconnected from most conversions in town. The new contractor wants me to work the front desk selling HVAC systems but I need to get a better handle on the language first. I am really good with math and science, but for some reason I have a mental block with languages. My HVAC rep is also helping me by not speaking English to me anymore when we work at the heating and cooling dealership. I think if I listen to these podcasts one more time and read the captions in Spanish that I will go up one more level with my understanding. The cooling supplier can give me lots of hours at the local business if I can get a grip on this language once and for all.


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