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AC - #26DaysOfSummer #A-ZChallenge

The challenge begins!!! Hurray!!!

For all my lovely readers, here is a little something! I found this extremely relevant and wonderful picture in the internet (Google). Although I chose AC for A, I do not have an AC at home and I wish for a life without AC and a world so wonderful that it has a naturally comfortable environment. 
So, go ahead, take the below challenge! )

Spot the differences in this pic

Cheers! :) 


  1. Nice start. No need for aircon here - heating though. Good luck in the challenge

  2. Beautiful poem. Loved it.
    When the heat is at its murder
    run to the nearest movie theater

    1. hahhahah! that is a cool idea :D no wonder movie theaters are always full these days!:D:D

      Thanks, SG! :)

  3. What would we do without our air conditioning? Very timely, too, because I turned ours on today--it was HOT in here!

    1. It is a little difficult to imagine that, isn't it? :)
      But it is one of the most useful inventions which the world cannot do without now.

      Thanks a lot for your comments, Stephanie!:)

  4. Smile..
    Nice start.
    Here... we have still heating on.. just +1C this morning..

    Have a nice A-Z challenge.



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