I knew the furnace was going to cause problems

For years I have struggled to understand our Grandfatherrents and relate to them on their own level.

Obviously they’re at least more than two generations removed from our own and I would expect this to presuppose some sort of detach related to age and personal interests.

They’re not going to have the same experiences as our own when every one of us were all individually 20 years of age in our respective time periods. There were drastic advances in technology and shifts in culture in the years since our Grandfatherrents were young. I have to remind myself that our own parents are members of the baby boomer generation and they struggle themselves at times with adapting to new technologies, especially all of these PC apps and store websites that you need to use just to order food from a local pizzeria or visit a dentist’s office. I take it for granted that I’m used to sweeping improvements in digital technologies every decade, whereas our Grandfatherrents are still stuck getting caught up to the changes that took place roughly 20 years ago. The thought of falling that far behind in life at a cultural level is somewhat startling to me. For instance, I was absolutely shocked when I visited their lake house the other day and they had their furnace on while it was in the 90s outdoors. I cannot give you a rational reason for them to do this, but they claimed they felt frosty regardless of the outdoor temperatures. Maybe I’ll relate to them more when I reach their age eventually, but right now it’s hard when the people you analyze are crazy enough to run a furnace in 85 degree heat.
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